"Trinity Church" Trinity Church Tip by dinhyen

Trinity Church, Boston: 20 reviews and 50 photos

  St. Luke and St. John
by dinhyen
 
 

Trinity Church in Copley Plaza has been heralded as a masterpiece of ecclesiastical architecture. Like many churches, its Romanesque style is heavily influenced by European design. Yet the church, designed by H.R. Richardson and consecrated in 1877, is uniquely American, down to the stained glass window.

The church's ancient look and ornate carvings are an interesting juxtaposition to the blue-green glass panels of the ultra-modern John Hancock tower.

Directions: Green line, Copley stop
Website: http://www.trinityboston.org

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Oct 1, 2002
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