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Incredibly, this spectacular cathedral, situated on a dramatic western crest of Morningside Heights,...

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Cathedral of St. John the Divine
September 22, 2009

Saint Bartholomew's Episcopal Church in midtown Manhattan is known as much for its cultural offerings...

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St. Bart's Church
September 22, 2009

An exquisite Greek Revival Episcopal parish church in the heart of Greenwich Village, Grace is one of...

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Grace Church
September 22, 2009

Built over twenty years spanning the American civil war, St. Patrick's is the eleventh-largest church...

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St. Patrick's Cathedral
September 23, 2009

An anomalous chapel in the otherwise doggedly agnostic Financial District, Trinity Church is now an idyllic...

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Trinity Church
September 23, 2009

Where once was a wheat field now stands New York's only surviving pre-Revolutionary church, surrounded...

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St. Paul's Chapel
September 23, 2009

A striking example of the long Lower East Side tradition of converting a building designed for one particular...

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Church of Grace to Fujianese
September 29, 2009

The largest Jewish house of worship in the world, the Temple Emanu-El was New York's first reform congregation...

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Temple Emanu-El
September 29, 2009

The oldest Catholic parish in New York City, the site where St. Peter’s Church now stands was...

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St. Peter's Church
September 29, 2009

Arguably the most famous church in Harlem, and probably the most influential African-American church...

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Mother A.M.E. Zion Church
September 29, 2009

At the turn of the twentieth century, more than a thousand Jews, recently arrived from Europe, attended...

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Eldridge Street Synagogue
September 29, 2009

Built in 1857 as a German Evangelical Church and intended to serve as a staging ground for a mass planned...

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First Roumanian-American Congregation Site
September 30, 2009

The St. Marks Church in-the-Bowery sits on the site of Gotham godfather Peter Stuyvesant's family church...

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St. Mark's Church in-the-Bowery
September 30, 2009

Founded in 1874, when the north-eastern stretches of the Upper East Side were heavily German Jewish,...

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92nd Street Y
September 30, 2009