King's Chapel (Boston)

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Product ID:803641
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Mixed
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King's Chapel was organized as an Anglican congregation at a meeting in Boston's Town House, the city hall of the day, on June 15, 1686. Its first house of worship was a small wooden meeting house at the corner of Tremont and School Streets, where the church stands today, that was dedicated on June 30, 1689.

The congregation grew and its building was in a bad state of repair as the middle of the 18th century approached. After difficult negotiations with Boston officials, the congregation acquired more land on the east side of its lot. Peter Harrison of Newport designed the new, larger building and construction began in 1749. The stone building, made of Quincy granite, was opened in 1754. A bell that was forged in England was hung in 1772. It cracked in 1814 and was recast by Paul Revere and rehung in 1816. Revere is quoted as saying it was 'the sweetest bell I ever made.' It still rings every Sunday morning to summon parishioners to service.

* High quality
* Ready to use
* HD textures
* Placed at origin
* Correct scale

Model is ready for rendering in 3d Studio Max 2010. It has materials prepared for mental ray.
OBJ file has parts named as materials, so importing it to any software shouldn't be a problem.
Model is high quality so it qualifies for HD rendering.
Correct scale, centered at origin.
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