Washington National Cathedral

Title

Washington National Cathedral
Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul

Date

1907-1990

Location

Washington, DC

Denomination

Episcopalian

Associated Architect(s)/Artist(s)

George Frederick Bodley
Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr.
Henry Vaughan
Albert Paley

Style

Gothic Revival
Tudor Revival

Statement / Historical Fact

The second largest cathedral in the United States (the largest being Saint John the Divine in New York City) has 215 stained glass windows, including the famous Space Window that honors man's landing on the Moon and includes a fragment of lunar rock.