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Saint Paul's Episcopal Church
201 St. Paul's Boulevard
Norfolk, Virginia 23510
Voice: 757-627-4353

Saint Paul's Episcopal Church is the only structure that survived the destruction of Norfolk on New Years Day in 1776 by the British. You can still see a cannonball that the British fired at it lodged in the southeastern corner of the building. Looking through the graveyard, you will see headstones dating back into the 1600's. There is a lot of history in this church. Seeing the building and graveyard ties in much of the history there is to learn about in this town.

 


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