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Church of the Incarnation
209 Madison Avenue (at 35th Street)
This English Gothic Revival church, designed by architect E.T. Littell, opened its doors in the 1864. After a fire in 1882, it was rebuilt and enlarged and further restored in 1913. The church is richly decorated with windows, murals, wood carvings, statues and memorials by many well-known artists, including Daniel Chester French, John LaFarge, Louis Comfort Tiffany, Augustus Saint Gaudens, Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris.

Access: Weekdays 11:30-2, except Thursdays group tours by special arrangement.
Phone: (212) 689-6350
Category: Historic Houses/Sites
Subject: Religion , Architecture
Time Period: 19th Century since Civil War

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