Recognized as one of the most magnificent architectural landmarks in America, Trinity Church dates from 1870s and still is one of the oldest and beautiful pieces surrounding Boston, Massachusetts. The exterior masterpiece is an example of “Richardsonian Romanesque” design, named after its architect, H. H. Richardson. The interior and more specifically the stained glass window work was a multiple art piece from both European and American artists. Both in and outside, the building brings some nostalgic feelings of something found not long time ago, but one of its kind in a new- modern city of Boston. Born in the oldest town in Europe, I have always had an appreciation for beautiful, old architectural buildings that remain through all these years. It pleases me to see some of this beautiful style in Boston.