The white spire of Park Street Church rises to the clouds. In terms of its architectural structure, the octagonal spire of the Church is also outstanding, and is praised as "the classic work of Christian architecture" by later generations. Although Park Street Church is very famous, I personally prefer Trinity Church. The image of church on the glass of skyscraper is very special.
When I wanted to visit, scaffolding blocked the entire steeple and the front part of the Park Street church. The height of the spire was impressive, but I couldn't get in because the door didn't open when I wanted to. A little disappointed. It's next to the granary cemetery and Boston Citizen Park. The national residence is on this street. The State Capitol is on this street.
Park Street Church is located at the intersection of Tremont Street and Park Street. Its spire is 217 feet (66 meters) high. It can be seen at the end of Columbus Avenue and Tremont Street. The exterior of the church is also very artistic. The white towers and the exterior walls of red brick and gravel are especially bright and charming against the blue sky and white clouds.
Boston Park Street Church, an old church with a history of more than 200 years, used to be an arsenal during the Anglo-American War in 1812. Before the Civil War, Garden Street Church was an important place to publicize the abolition of black slavery. In 1826, Edward Beecher, a famous abolitionist, served as the priest of the church. The white spire of the church pointed straight to the sky. To the west of Garden Street Church is Boston Public Place and to the East is the Barn Cemetery. The church is open to visitors. The subway station is nearby.