Cathedral St. John the Divine

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The massive Neo-Gothic cathedral of St John the Divine, seat of the episcopal diocese of New York, is reputedly the largest cathedral in the world. However, despite having its first stone laid in 1892 it has yet to be finished. In addition to religious services, it has become a sort of cultural center, hosting a number of very diverse performances, often free or inexpensive, ranging from concerts and dance to theater and movies.

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Address : 

1047 Amsterdam Ave. at W. 112th St., 10025 New York

Phone:

+1 212-316-7540

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