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Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Boston 
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Instance of anglican or episcopal cathedral
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42° 21′ 21.6″ N, 71° 03′ 43.2″ W
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Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Boston (en); 波士顿圣保罗座堂 (zh) kathedraal in Massachusetts, Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl)
English: The Episcopal Cathedral Church of St. Paul, Boston, located at 138 Tremont Street in Boston, Massachusetts, across from the Boston Common and the Park Street MBTA station, was built in 1819, and was designed by Alexander Parris and Solomon Willard in the Greek Revival style. It was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1970.

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