St. Patrick Cathedral in Downtown Fort Worth
St. Patrick Cathedral in downtown Fort Worth, Texas is the oldest continuously used church building in Fort Worth. It was designed in the Gothic Revival architectural style out of native Texas limestone. The church has twin towers, which were designed to be the base of spires but were never built. Photo available as wall art, photo prints, and image download.
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