Photo by myself at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, around 110th Street and Amsterdam.
Here's another photo from my tour of the Upper West Side. St. John the Divine is a gigantic cathedral which occupies an entire city block. Many votive candles were lit, some decorated with the cathedral logo.
The building is considered to be unfinished - it survived a fire in 2001 and is still being slowly renovated while remaining in use.
If you ever visit this place, let me know if you have the same experience as I did. When I walked up to the front door, all I could hear was the very loud chirping of birds. The birds sounded like they were buried inside the walls of the church. Very strange!
If you'd like to know more about this cathedral, here is a great site with some great photos.
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