The Parish of St. Nicholas originated in the fourteenth century and named after Nicholas of Myra (Saint Nicholas), patron saint of port cities and seafarers.
The reformed Great or St.-Bavo Church was last restored in 1980-1985. It is a late Gothic cross-basilica with a slimline cross tower (restored in 1964-1969).
On Thursday, March 22, 1810, the Church was consecrated according to the rites and ceremonies of the Protestant Episcopal Church by the Right Rev. Benjamin Moore and renamed "Zion Protestant Episcopal Church." (http://www.transfigurationnyc.org/p/about-us/our-history)
St. Innocent Orthodox Cathedral was founded in 1967 as a parish to serve not only the local population of the Anchorage area but also to serve the countless visitors to our city from remote Alaskan villages and the lower 48.
The Old Dutch Church of Sleepy Hollow, listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Dutch Reformed Church, is a 17th-century stone church located on Albany Post Road in Sleepy Hollow, New York, United States.
The idea for the Cemetery originated with Washington Irving and Captain Jacob Storm as the villages of Tarrytown and North Tarrytown were growing and additional burial space was required locally. The Cemetery was formally opened (as Tarrytown Cemetery) in 1849.