Circular Congregational Church
Circular Congregational Church Review
The first church building erected on this site in the 1680s gave bustling Meeting Street its name. The present-day Romanesque structure, dating from 1890, is configured on a Greek-cross plan and has a breathtaking vaulted ceiling. While the church is not open to drop-in visitors, guests are welcome to explore the graveyard, which is the oldest in the city, with records dating back to 1696.
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