Luckily, I found this old church across the street few blocks away from the Philippine Embassy in DC. At first, I thought I was in 18th century England. The exterior of the building has a nice and unique design. If you admire great architecture and art, this is a must-see. However, beware of traffic this city might be small but the traffic is horrible. Most of my photos were taken in Landscape and no flash setting.
A brief History: Luther Place Memorial Church, located near Thomas Circle in Northwest Washington, DC, was constructed in 1873 and is of Gothic Revival architecture. The church, like many others, resembles the shape of a ship, symbolizing a vessel for God's work, and it is well known for its stained glass windows picturing twelve reformers: The church's exterior is covered with red sandstone from the Seneca Quarry, the same quarry that provided the stone for the Smithsonian Castle.