Panorama taken from the nave of the Cathedral of St John the Divine in New York. The cathedral recently suffered a fire, and much of the nave is fenced off with renovation work proceeding. In this image you can see the choir stalls and high altar.
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The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine stands near to the northwest corner of Central Park in New York. This is the largest Gothic Cathedral in the world,larger than Chartres and Notre Dame in Paris combined. The Statue
of Liberty could fit beneath its central crossing. Building began in 1892, and is still continuing today having suffered interruption from both world wars, and a fire in 2002. The Cathedral is the
mother church of the Episcopal Diocese of New York and the seat of its
bishop. The cathedral is today a significant tourist attraction in New York, with entrance fees contributing towards the cost of maintaining the church.
Highlights within the church include:
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
1047 Amsterdam Avenue
New York, New York 10025
Subway: Cathedral Parkway - 110th Street (Line 1, B, C), 116th Street - Columbia University (Line 1), 116th Street (B, C)