St Oswald's Church, erected along Hadrian's Wall in Northumbria to commemorate the victory of the Scots-Irish-English King Oswald over the Welsh King Cadwallon in the 690s AD. Both kings, incidentally were not only Christians, they were Celtic rather than Roman Christians. But Oswald seems to have been much more pious than Cadwallon, who allied with the heathen English King Penda of Mercia.
#LookUpNY Answer Day 12: Judson Memorial Church boasts one of the most beautiful and intricately-detailed facades in all of New York City. Since its construction in 1892, the church has seen an abundance of groundbreaking activity take place in adjacent Washington Square Park.