North Congregational Church

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North Congregational Church

North Congregational Church was built in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1872-73, and was one of the early works by noted American architect Henry Hobson Richardson. It is one of his first works in the Romanesque style. The structure is of light sandstone and does not show the more distinctive features of later Richardsonian Romanesque works by Richardson and others. While the exterior is rectangular, the interior is cruciform with the corners filled by functional spaces i.e. the vestibule and church offices.[1]

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Coordinates: 42°06′22″N 72°35′12″W / 42.1061°N 72.5867°W / 42.1061; -72.5867