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Saint Mark Church - Choir Practice
Philadelphia

The church was founded in the mid-19th Century. This well decorated church is an example beauty with colorful stained glass. St. Mark's was among the first Episcopal churches in the United States to be built for the specific purpose of reviving a more Catholic form of worship. You can see a choir practice in the background.

Copyright: Marc Dubus
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Uploaded: 08/05/2012
Updated: 23/07/2014
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Tags: mid 19th century; episcopal; church; gothic revival; revival; gothic; george hewitt; notman; philadelphia; kempe; choir; practice
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