This massive cathedral, situated across from Rockefeller Center on Fifth Avenue, is the largest Catholic cathedral in the ... More
St. Patrick's Cathedral
This massive cathedral, situated across from Rockefeller Center on Fifth Avenue, is the largest Catholic cathedral in the United States. With its two soaring 330-foot spires, St. Patrick's Cathedral is also one of the city's most spectacular architectural sights. Construction on the neo-gothic structure had started in 1850 and completed in 1878. Inside, it boasts a seating capacity of 2,500, numerous altars and stained glass windows, and a giant organ with over 7,300 pipes. Services are held throughout the day, and many New Yorkers stop in for a moment of serenity in their otherwise hectic lives.
I think anyone who visits NYC needs to take a stroll through Central Park. It will let any visitor enjoy the many cultures and richness of the City.
It is a great place for families, couples and individuals to enjoy a beautiful day.
The area has culture, food and beauty all around.
THE CATHEDRAL WAS AMAZING IN IT'S BEAUTY, BUT I FOUND IT IN GREATB DISTASTE THAT ON ONE EXIT THERE WAS A SMALL BOX TO "GIVE TO THE NEEDY" THE BOX WAS SOM SMALL THAT IT WAS PRACTICALLY UNNOTICABLE AND "EASILY" OVERLOOKED
This place is beautiful! I recommend it to those who are catholic or not if u appreciate great arcitecture this will certainly be a treat! I was amazed by the cathedrals beauty we defenitly don't have these kind of churches in LA! It felt like if I was in mexico or italy... beautiful!
this cathedral is one of the most awsome places I have ever been to. Even if your not religious, the sheer size, and artistic quality of this place is crazy!!! If you like older buildings with huge ceilings, youll love this place!!!! BTW, sorry usher, it was just there :)
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