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The Cathedral Church of St. Paul

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Identification

The Cathedral Church of St. Paul
The Episcopal Cathedral Church of St. Paul
249963

Map

Structure in General

church
existing [completed]
limestone
applied masonry
neo-gothic

Usages

church

Facts

  • The church was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on August 3rd, 1992.
  • This cathedral is an outstanding example of the Gothic Revival style of architecture, and was modelled after 14th-century English Gothic-styled churches.
  • Built entirely of limestone, the cathedral was constructed according to 14th century methods. Limestone is the structural material; there is no steel in the design.
  • Though still very early in planning, the cathedral is planning to add a 170-foot belfry. It has been planned since the completion of the cathedral, but money was never allocated for the construction of the tower.
  • This church is the Cathedral church for the Episcopal diocese of Michigan.

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Location

4800 Woodward Avenue
1 East Hancock Street
4800 Woodward Avenue
48201
University
Detroit
Michigan
U.S.A.

Technical Data

82.00 ft
82.00 ft
208.00 ft
90.00 ft
1908

Involved Companies

Ralph Adams Cram
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