Cathedral of the Holy Cross

I live just a couple of blocks from the Cathedral of the Holy Cross which is the heart of the Catholic Archdiocese of Boston.  Walking home this evening I snapped a few photographs of this church which according to Wikipedia is Gothic Revival Architecture.

The church which first opened its doors in 1875 is not significant, but it does inspire architecture enthusiasts to give pause, and I think it provides a lot of personality to the neighborhood.

3 responses to “Cathedral of the Holy Cross

  1. I have to take a walk over to Cathedral Square in Providence. We have a rather gothic looking one too.

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  2. Well, you got that close and weren’t struck by lightening, so that’s something. Thank g-d for zoom and telephoto, eh? :)

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  3. Gothic Architecture is beautiful. I wish modern buildings were as beautiful!

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