St. Patrick’s Cathedral, in New York, is a magnificent example of Neo-Gothic architecture. It was dedicated in 1879 and is currently undergoing a massive restoration for both the interior and exterior. The amount of scaffolding – on the inside and out – is absolutely staggering.
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It has been 35 years since I came to New York, for Christmas. I saw the Cathedral St Patrick who seems very small in the middle of all these immense high rises. I adored this city and wants one day to return there.
New York is my home town (on Lon g Island) but downtown was a favorite place to visit. You must come back 🙂
I hope to see NY with my adult eyes and one day when my job is with a little bit more money … 😀
Quite a stunning shot. The scaffolding adds a lot to the detail.
Thank you Lignum. The cathedral itself is already awesome, all the construction scaffolding added a bit more awesome 🙂
I hope to see the cathedral one day. Amazing shot.
I would love to see your photographs of this cathedral when it is complete, Cynthia! 🙂