King’s Chapel is an Anglican congregation that was organized in 1686. King’s Chapel was a small wooden chapel located on the corner of Tremont and School streets in Boston. Construction of King’s Chapel “Stone Chapel” began in 1749 and was completed in 1754. The original bell that hung in the bell tower cracked in 1814 and was recast by Paul Revere. Revere’s revised bell still rings every Sunday.
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Architecture -- Massachusetts -- Boston; Architecture -- Religious architecture;
United States of America
Tremont and School Streets
King’s Chapel; religious architecture; Boston, Massachusetts;