Washington National Cathedral

The Cathedral church of saint Peter and saint Paul in Washington, D.C., also known as Washington national cathedral. The cathedral was first constructed in 1907. However, it wasn’t completely built until 1990, 83 years later. Ever since moving to Washington, D.C., I have always wanted to visit this place; due to how it was amazingly designed.

Location: It is located on the northwestern side of Washington, D.C.

Here are some of the photos I captured during my visit.

6 thoughts on “Washington National Cathedral

  1. Hi Haifa.
    Although I am atheist, one time while I was working on the main switchboard of our education department (during the school-holidays), out of curiosity I typed ‘church cathedrals’ into the search engine then hit the IMAGES tab at top of the screen.
    The pictures of wonderful design and grand structure were so breathtaking, the other switchboard workers thought that something was wrong with me as I stared with mouth open at the amazing and magnificent buildings displayed.
    There were even grotesque gargoyles perched upon the balconies of some of the older temples.
    Good post mate!

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    1. Haha I don’t blame you! ☺️
      Despite me being Muslim, I genuinely believe Cathedrals are one of the beautiful buildings I have ever witnessed.
      Thanks Woody, it’s always a joy reading your feedbacks. 🙂

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