Travel Inspired Living: St. Paul’s the Little Chapel That Stood

If St. Paul’s Chapel in New York City seems out of place amid the towering metal and glass high rises near Ground Zero, it may be because it was built in another era. This colonial-period church is the oldest continually used public building in Manhattan. The charming stone exterior, that seemed so different from its surroundings, may be what beckoned and lured me inside the wrought iron gates as I ascended the steps of the nearby Subway.

The framed Flag of Honor displayed on the back wall contains the names of each of the victims who lost their lives that fateful day from the Pentagon, Flight 93 and Ground Zero.

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