This is the interior of the Old North Church in Boston. It was from this church’s steeple that the lantern was hung to alert the patriots of the movement of the British troops and sent Paul Revere, William Dawes and Samuel Prescott on the night ride. Revere was made famous by the Longfellow poem. The church is just remarkable. I love the brass chandeliers that were hung here in 1775 and have been in place ever since.