New Old South Church
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|Built:||1874 - 1875|
Geographic Information & Related Structures
Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts, USA, North America
|Address:||645 Boylston Street / Copley Square|
Old South Meeting House (1729)
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The only Congregational Church in Boston to remain Trinitarian during the Unitarian movement of the early 19th century.
Notable among the interior features are Venetian mosaics, and stained-glass windows of 15th century English style.
The style of the building follows the precepts of the British cultural theorist and architectural critic John Ruskin (1819 – 1900) as outlined in his treatise The Stones of Venice.