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St. John's is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Its floor space, which has room enough for 6,000 persons seated, could encompass two football fields.
The Jewish Theological Seminary (JTS) is the academic and spiritual center of Conservative Judaism worldwide, encompassing a world-class library and five schools, including the Albert A.
The Eldridge Street Synagogue (1887) was the first grand synagogue built in the United States by Eastern European Jews.
Located on the Upper West Side on the edge of the Morningside and Harlem neighborhoods, Riverside Church is modeled after the great thirteenth-century Gothic cathedral of Chartres.
An Episcopal church, St. Paul's Chapel was built in 1766 and is the oldest continuously used building in New York City. George Washington worshipped here on his inauguration day on April 30, 1789.
Actors' Temple was founded in 1917 as the West Side Hebrew Relief Association. Over time a bond formed between the shul and Jews working in the surrounding show business industry.