|For this first monumental Catholic church in America, Latrobe submitted two designs, a classical and a Gothic version, the former being chosen. |
The classical facade
|The crossing has a large dome (not shown). Additions in the latter part of the nineteenth century lengthened the east end.|
The classical porch and one of the belfrey towersIn Latrobe's original drawing the belfrey tower had a simple rounded dome, not the onion dome.
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