10. Church of the Intercession

In a scene supposed to be in London during World War II, we see the child who will become Sister Harriet after she is sent away from Germany for safety. She is in a boarding school, which is filmed up in Hamilton Heights at the Church of the Intercession‘s crypt. There are actual burials here, but the crypt is also a popular event space for music.

The Church of the Intercession was built between 1912 and 1915, and the surrounding cemetery, Trinity Church Cemetery, is the final resting place for James John Audubon and many other people. It is one of the last places in Manhattan where people can still be buried. The church is widely thought to be the finest example of Gothic Revival style architecture in the city and is part of the National Register of Historic Places (a division of the National Park Service).