Duke University Chapel
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The focal sightseeing point of most Duke campus visits, the Chapel (designed in the 1930s by Julian Abele, a prominent Philadelphian architect and the first African-American accepted into UPenn's Department of Architecture) is open for visitors every day aside from during weddings and religious…
Fun sight to see in Durham! Occasionally they allow "chapel climbs," which provides a great vista of the area.
This Neo- Gothic English style Christian chapel was built in 1930. It is open to he public. The inside has a colorful stained glass windows from Europe. There are 2 built in pipe organs, the largest has 6,900 pipes, and it can be heard during practice hours.
A gothic cathedral in the center of Dukes campus. Great place for music and Sunday mass.
Amazing architecture in this Gothic style chapel right in the heart of Durham and Duke University.
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