This entry takes a look at the Space Window Stained Glass on the south side of the Washington National Cathedral from the outside.
Click Space Window from Inside to see the StationStart.com entry about this window as viewed from inside the cathedral while the stained glass is very well illuminated by direct sunlight on bright day.
The stained glass windows in the National Cathedral are spectacularly bright and colorful when viewed from inside the cathedral on a sunny day. But from the outside the various colors of glass are deeper, darker and more subtle. In some cases the colors can be quite different when viewed from opposite sides. And of course the inside and outside views are mirror images of each other.
Looking at the Space Window from the outside also brings to light, so to speak, the gargoyle and stone carvings located nearby.
Click National Cathedral to see the StationStart.com entry about the Cathedral.
The Washington National Cathedral is located at 3101 Wisconsin Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20016. Click Here for Google Map showing the approximate location of the Space Window at the Washington National Cathedral.
Closest Metro Station: Cleveland Park on the Red Line is the nearest Metro Station to the Washington National Cathedral, but it is about eight-tenths of a mile away. That’s the approximate straight line distance rather than the actual walking or driving distance.
Lost Symbol by Dan Brown: The Space Window Stained Glass with Moon Rock is mentioned in Chapters 79.