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Old North Church
Image of the North End, Boston neighborhood. The Old North Church is at center, a Big Dig vent building is near the bottom, and the green Tobin Bridge over the Mystic River is at the top.
Coordinates:42°21′58.78″N 71°3′16.04″W / 42.3663278°N 71.0544556°W / 42.3663278; -71.0544556Coordinates: 42°21′58.78″N 71°3′16.04″W / 42.3663278°N 71.0544556°W / 42.3663278; -71.0544556
Architect:Price, William
Architectural style:Georgian
Governing body:Episcopal church
NRHP Reference#:66000776
Significant dates
Added to NRHP:October 15, 1966
Designated NHL:January 20, 1961

Old North Church (officially, Christ Church in the City of Boston) is a church in Boston, Massachusetts at 193 Salem Street. It was built in 1723. Its design was inspired by the works of Christopher Wren. The church is a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. It is the oldest standing church building in Boston. Inside the church is a bust of George Washington that the Marquis de Lafayette thought the best likeness of Washington he had ever seen. view more...