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St. James Episcopal Cathedral, Chicago

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
St. James Episcopal Cathedral is located in Chicago. See St. James Episcopal Cathedral and all Chicago has to offer by arranging your trip with our Chicago family vacation planner.
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  • We love to go into churches. They are not only to go in and worship but to admire the amazing architecture. The windows. The statues..all of it. The PEACE! 
  • great for architecture lovers, history buffs !!! very serene, inviting. we sat for a bit looking at all the details, admiring the ceilings, columns, all the artwork! very beautiful 
  • This church was built in 1800, and received the appointment of Cathedral about a century later. Destroyed in the great fire from which you saved the only Bell Tower was rebuilt. Is located at the corner of Huron St & Wabash St. and stands out for its style completely different from the surrounding modern skyscrapers
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  • Wonderful architecture and very well preserved. The service was wonderful. Even from a millennial's perspective, the traditional service was very pleasant.
  • Beautiful church inside and out. Always happy to worship here when given the chance
  • The facade of the church survived the Chicago Fire. Inside is a plaque noting that Abraham Lincoln worshiped there in 1860.
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