Park Street Church (ParkStreetChurch) is a stop on the road to freedom. It was founded by 26 locals on February 27, 1809, most of whom were members of the Laonan gathering place. The foundation stone of the church was laid on May 1, and was completed at the end of the year. The first service was held on January 10, 1810. The spires of Park Street Church are 217 feet (66 meters) high and are visible in Boston for several blocks to this day.
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A very important node and landmark on the Freedom Road, the spire is very high, and the white building color is also very jumping. The old South sect established this church, making this church dyed with a strong patriotic color.
The spire of the Park Street Church can be the highest point and a landmark around Park Street. You can’t go in and visit without opening the door when you pass by. It’s not too clear to be specific. It’s a beautiful small church and the surrounding environment is very good
The Park Street Church is a well know Boston landmark on the corner of Boston Common
This church is adjacent to the Granary Burying Ground, and was at one time the tallest building in the United States (until 1846). It is known as the Brimstone Church, both because of it's fiery teachings as well as the fact that it stored gun powder during the War of 1812.
Preston_Dominguez: One Park Street, Boston, MA 02108-4899
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Boston Common,Freedom Trail,Boston Public Library,Trinity Church,Old North Church