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St. James Episcopal Cathedral, Chicago
(4.8/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
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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.