Gothic Revival Places

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Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament)Palace of Westminster (Houses of Parliament)
London, England, UK

Founded in 1016 and rebuilt in the 1800s, the Palace of Westminster has housed the British Parliament since 1259. Parliamentary sessions are open to the public and tours are available regularly.

Hannah and Eliza Gorman HouseHannah and Eliza Gorman House
Corvallis, Oregon, USA

The Hannah and Eliza Gorman House was built by Black women pioneers in 1857-66 in Corvallis, Oregon. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2015.

Natural History MuseumNatural History Museum
London, England, UK

Housed in a cathedral-like Gothic Revival building, the Natural History Museum in London is one of the finest of its kind in the world.

Casablanca CathedralCasablanca Cathedral
Casablanca, Morocco

Built in 1930 during French rule, this cathedral in white concrete is a surprising and interesting sight in the heart of Casablanca.

Cologne CathedralCologne Cathedral
Köln, Germany

This is easily the greatest Gothic cathedral in Germany and it has been Cologne's most famous landmark for centuries. Once the tallest building in the world, it still has the largest facade anywhere.

Basilica of the Immaculate Conception
Lourdes, France

Situated on top of the rock above the Grotto and behind the Basilica of the Rosary, this was the first basilica to be built in Lourdes. It was constructed between 1866 and 1872.

Grace Cathedral
San Francisco, California, USA

Completed in 1964 in a neo-Gothic style, this active Episcopal cathedral contains fine stained glass windows, two labyrinths, and other notable modern artworks.

Hua Zang Si Temple
San Francisco, California, USA

A non-denominational Chinese Buddhist temple, Hua Zang Si is housed in an old Gothic church building in the Mission District of San Francisco.

Basilica di Santa CroceBasilica di Santa Croce
Florence, Italy

This is the principal Franciscan church of Florence, best known for its Florentine artwork and the tombs of illustrious dead such as Michelangelo, Galileo and Machiavelli.

Washington National CathedralWashington National Cathedral
Washington, USA

This Neo-Gothic Episcopal cathedral is the sixth largest cathedral in the world. Completed in 1990 after 83 years of construction, it hosts important national ceremonies such as presidential funerals.

Cathedral of St. John the DivineCathedral of St. John the Divine

This Episcopalian cathedral on the Upper West Side is the largest cathedral in the world and still incomplete. It has hosted many important events and is known for its strong interfaith tradition.