Northern California January 12, 2017
There’s No Chapel In The World Like This One In Northern California
Way up north in Humboldt County is a picture perfect little church right by the sea. The Holy Trinity Church in Trinidad was built in 1873. and was listed on the
National Register of Historic Places in 1980. It is a small little building that is a photographer’s dream location to shoot.
This beautiful little Catholic church is one of the prettiest places of worship in the state.
It's located at the intersection of Parker and Hector St. in Trinidad, California.
Trinidad is a lovely little town in one of the most gorgeous towns along the Northern California Coast.
It's one of California's smallest incorporated cities by population and is dependent on local fishing operations.
The beautiful white building is lovely against the coastal blue sky, and the bright, cheerful trim is definitely a welcome sight.
Other point of historic interest in town include the Stone Lagoon School House.
And of course, the infamous Trinidad Head Memorial Lighthouse, which contrasts brilliantly against the blue sky. This replica of the original was built in 1949 by the Trinidad Civic Club as a memorial to those lost or buried at sea.
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