New York City boasts many coffeehouse- and restaurant-church combinations, including hidden cafes, ex-nightclubs, and music venues in church basements.
A photographer who got his start taking photos of NYC skyscrapers and church ceilings is now jet-setting around the world, capturing all he sees in vivid color.
Photographer Richard Silver captures the complex architecture of New York City's churches through his new vertical panoramic style.
The Mahayana Buddhist temple in Chinatown has a 16 ft buddha, the largest buddha in New York City. Was formerly a pornographic film venue, the Rosemary Theater.
With our guide of crypts, museums, remains, and literary homages to the dead and undead, you can get closer to the history of Dublin than you probably ever wanted.
The Cathedral of Saint John the Divine on Amsterdam Avenue is not only one of the oldest buildings in Morningside
St. Jean Baptiste Church happens to be one of New York City's most beautiful churches, and one of two churches in NYC with stained glass windows from Chartres.
A statue of Shinran Shonin, which survived the atomic bomb in Hiroshima, was brought to the U.S. in 1955 and watches over a quiet section of New York City's Upper West Side.
Postman's Park is best known for its loggia of tiled memorials to heroic self-sacrifice, proposed by George Frederick Watts.
With the 2nd largest carillon in the World, St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Harlem was described by the Landmarks Preservation Commission as "undoubtedly the handsomest example of the Romanesque Revival architectural style in all of Manhattan".