• Cathedral Church of St. Paul

Cathedral Church of St. Paul

Boston, USA

The first example of Greek Revival architecture in Boston, St. Paul's Church was established in 1818 by a group of Boston patriots wanting to found a wholly American Episcopal parish. In 1819, the founders commissioned Alexander Parris and Solomon Willard to construct a Greek temple to contrast with the existing colonial and 'gothick' structures of the town. On October 7, 1912, St. Paul’s was dedicated as the Cathedral Church for the Diocese.


Cathedral Church of St. Paul, 138 Tremont Street, 02111 Boston, USA, Google Maps

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