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The Chapel of the Holy Cross is a modern Catholic chapel. It rises 200 feet from the ground and is set in between two large red rock formations. Marguerite Brunswig Staude, who was a student of Frank Lloyd Wright, designed it. The chapel was built in 1956 and uses a ramp for its entrance.

From the parking area there is a steep climb up to the Chapel. Visitors should wear comfortable walking shoe. The chapel is open from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. daily. The chapel is closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas, Good Friday and Easter.

Location: Sedona Arizona Telephone 928-282-4069

Other History nearby:
(Sedona) Chapel of the Holy Cross
(Flagstaff) Museum of Northern Arizona
(Prescott) Sharlot Hall Museum
(Williams) The Air Museum Planes of Fame
(Flagstaff) Wupatki National Monument

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