St. Patrick's Cathedral
St. Patrick's Cathedral is a Catholic cathedral in the Midtown Manhattan neighborhood of New York City. It is the seat of the Archbishop of New York as well as a parish church.
It is the largest cathedral in New York and the 11th largest in the world. It is located in 5th Ave, New York, NY 10022. It is a high ceiling gothic architecture made of granite with a Latin cross-shaped flat structure. It can accommodate up to about 3000 people. The archbishops of New York are buried in the basement of the cathedral. It was also the site of the funeral of the world-famous pop artist Andy Warhol.
St. Patrick cathedral was built after 38 years of being modeled after Cologne Cathedral in Germany and finally began in 1850.
Below are some photos I took during my 2013 trip to Cologne Cathedral, Germany.
Comparing the photos of these two cathedrals, they seem to resemble each other but have a different atmosphere. I made this energy digitally.
The process of creating the digital image of the cathedral above will be uploaded to the info menu on my website at a later date.
The most impressive part of this tour of the cathedral is the digital offering machine below. You can donate easily by attaching a card terminal.
When I go to Manhattan at this time of year, I always see the large Christmas tree in front of the Rockefeller Center. I couldn't go because of Corona, but I went in front of it for a long time and took pictures.
I hope the corona will disappear soon and everything will be back to normal, so you can see this tree without any worries like before.
Myungja Anna Koh