Washington National Cathedral

Washington National Cathedral

The Washington National Cathedral, officially called the Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul and designated by Congress as the non-denominational National House of Prayer, the cathedral of the Episcopal Church in the United States.

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Added to National Register
May 3rd 1974
Architect
George Frederick Bodley
Attributes
Episcopal Church
Buried
Woodrow Wilson
Coordinates
38°55'50.05"N , 77°04'15.13"W
Country
the United States
Date Built
1907
Location
Washington, D.C. , the United States
NHRP ID
74,002,170
Opened to Public
1912
Visited by
Dwight D. Eisenhower

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