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1x Greeting Card of “King’s Chapel, Boston MA”
Card Style: 4″ × 6″ Greeting Card

Feb 12, 2011

King’s Chapel was founded by Royal Governor Sir Edmund Andros in 1686 as the first Anglican Church in New England during the reign of King James II. The original King’s Chapel was a wooden church built in 1688 at the corner of Tremont and School Streets, where the church stands today. It was situated on the public burying ground because no resident would sell land for a non-Puritan church.
1688 King’s Chapel building (demolished)

In 1749, construction began on the current stone structure, which was designed by Peter Harrison and completed in 1754. The stone church was built around the wooden church. When the stone church was complete, the wooden church was disassembled and removed through the windows of the new church. The wood was then shipped to Lunenburg, Nova Scotia where it was used to construct St. John’s Anglican Church. That church was destroyed by fire on Halloween night, 2001. It has since been rebuilt.
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29 MAR, 2012 FEATURE IN EXPLORE

22 Feb 2011
in 'Massachusetts Scapes' King’s Chapel, Boston MA was featured in the group Massachusetts Scapes

19 Feb 2011
in 'The World As We See It , or as we missed it.' King’s Chapel, Boston MA was featured in the group The World As We See It , or as we missed it.

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boston massachusetts, hdr, landscape winter, architecture, church

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Cameras used:Nikon D5100 , Nikon D5000 , Nikon D60, Panasonic DMC-Z57 (current), Canon PowerShotSX10 IS ( not currently using much) , Canon PowerShotSX3 IS

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  • Joseph T. Meirose IV
    Joseph T. Meir...over 3 years ago

    I’ve seen this from the ground. This is a fun perspective! Odd how the building in the very back-far left looks tilted. Not sure why.

  • I was away in school last week, this one just took during short break from the kitchen window of the school office. Was not sure if I should post it at first, was not sure about perspectives, but in the end I decided to give it a try. Thank you Joe

    – LudaNayvelt

  • Monica M. Scanlan
    Monica M. Scanlanover 3 years ago

    Wow, awesome, Luda!

  • thank you Monica

    – LudaNayvelt

  • BigD
    BigDover 3 years ago

    Excellent treatment

  • thank you Dave

    – LudaNayvelt

  • Joseph T. Meirose IV
    Joseph T. Meir...over 3 years ago

    Don’t get me wrong. I really like it. The building is just from the crop and perspective. I’m also looking on a iPhone in bed…lol love the city details and dusting of sno here and there. ;)

  • iPhone? cool. I been so busy at school and work, that lately, not much time left on my hobby

    – LudaNayvelt

  • Pat Moore
    Pat Mooreover 3 years ago

    Beautiful!!!!

  • thank you Pat

    – LudaNayvelt

  • Barbara Manis
    Barbara Manisover 3 years ago

    Wonderful work… I’m glad you posted it! Very beautiful!

  • Hi Barbara, I have not been taking such a long break before, so I took a chance with this shot. Grad that you like it

    – LudaNayvelt

  • Barbara Manis
    Barbara Manisover 3 years ago

    Luda, I haven’t been around much myself… too much work!

  • it’s busy time, not sure if I will be able to spend as much time as before on RB for while

    – LudaNayvelt

  • cherylc1
    cherylc1over 3 years ago

    Fabulous capture and edit!

  • thank you Cheryl

    – LudaNayvelt

  • maggie326
    maggie326over 3 years ago

    Great capture

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