“Holy Trinity is an Anglican parish church in London, built in 1888–90 ” by kerasotes (c) 2016

“Holy Trinity is an Anglican parish church in London, built in 1888–90
on the south-eastern side of Sloane Street to an Arts and Crafts design by the architect J. D. Sedding. Funded by the 5th Earl Cadogan, in whose estate it lay, the church replaced an earlier building only half its size which, at the time of its demolition, was less than sixty years old. Holy Trinity was heavily damaged during World War II but restored by the 1960s.
 
Photograph: David Iliff”
 
The picture or jpg: “Holy Trinity, Sloane Street” – see below.
 
And then the Wiki Page from whence it came. I am doing these Wiki “Pictures of The Day” instead of “Quote of The Day” I like this Change and Difference. Especially, Since This Is EASTER and these photos o the day are of churches and ancient and beautiful and even have Tiffany Glass Windows. I don’t think this one does, but that isn’t important. The Words Are. And The Picture.
 
here is the link to their main page and go to this:
 
“Today’s featured picture” and you will find the above words on The Holy Trinity, 1888 Anglican parish church built in London. Designed by Architect J.D. Sedding and funded by the 5th Earl Cadogan whose estate the church replaced. pretty cool i think, pretty cool…..
 
 
me
 
march 23, 2016 meals on wheels day and wednesday morning
 
enjoy your day. happy birthday to all you on this day even you Alan Rosendale and 3 others …
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