New York City is home to skyscrapers of all variations. Perhaps the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building are the most commonly noted buildings in New York City, but there are many other beautiful structures of note. The following is a list of 10 historical buildings in the big apple that are worth a second look.
The first Trinity Church was built on land designated in a charter by King William III in 1697, and it was destroyed in a fire in 1776. The second Trinity Church was opened in 1790, and it was torn down in 1839 after damage from severe snow. The third Trinity Church, which still stands today, opened in 1846 and was designed by Richard Upjohn with extravagant Gothic architecture. The church holds 23 bells, three sets of extravagant bronze doors, and a number of sculptures. In 1976, Trinity Church became a National Historic Landmark.
Trinity Church, 75 Broadway, New York, NY, USA +1 212 602 0800