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The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine
The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine in the City and Diocese of New York is the Seat of the Bishop of New York and Diocesan Mother Church. The largest Gothic Structure in the world, the Cathedral's interior measures 601 feet, and the vaulting of the Nave is 124 feet. The width of the Nave is 146 feet. The cornerstone of the Cathedral was laid on December 27, 1892. The towers, transepts and crossing have yet to be completed. The Cathedral is the work of two architects. The East End was designed in the Romanesque-Byzantine style by C. Grant LaFarge between 1887-1911. The Gothic Nave and West Front are the work of Ralph Adams Cram between 1911-1941.
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