Sunday, February 3, 2008

Arlington Street Church


This is a view of the Arlington Street Church on Arlington Street, just across the street from the Public Garden.

The present Arlington Street Church-building was constructed between 1859-1861 on newly filled land in Boston's Back Bay by members of the historic Federal Street Church. The church is noted for its Tiffany windows.

4 comments:

Lara said...

great idea for Sunday!

Andrée said...

fantastic photo! the colors are wonderful. Postcard beautiful.

Beantown Today said...

Love that shot.

I think this church became famous during the Vietnam protests for allowing sanctuary for those who objected to the draft.

smilnsigh said...

Now there is a gloomy looking day.

But you know that you *have* to show pics of the Tiffany windows. Now that you told us about them. :-)

Mari-Nanci