Designed by B.W. Mountfort, the architect behind many of the city's ecclesiastical buildings, this magnificent Gothic ... More
St. Luke's in the City
Designed by B.W. Mountfort, the architect behind many of the city's ecclesiastical buildings, this magnificent Gothic Revival church was built in 1908 to replace the original wooden church. Although the outer walls are of black Halswell stone, the interior is clad in rich red brick finished with white Oamaru limestone; the change from stone to brick is striking. A lofty open-timbered roof soars overhead, supported by stout brick piers. A painting of the Ascension hangs above the altar, and a statue of Our Lady, carved in Italy, adorns the Side Chapel.
For more than a century, this downtown cathedral has served the Catholic community in Oklahoma City. St. Paul's suffered significant
damage as a result of the Murrah bombing, but has since rebuilt, dedicating one of the new structures to ...
St. Louis' City Hall, a massive stone building at the corner of Tucker and Market streets, was designed in 1890,
when the city was still among the half dozen largest cities in the country. Roughly modeled after the city ...
This historic New Regent Street offers a sense of what the city was once like. Beautifully renovated Spanish Mission style
facades line both sides of the street, overlooking cafes, restaurants and interesting specialty boutiques. There is plenty of outside ...