One of Bermuda's most arresting monuments was never completed. Work began on the Anglican "Unfinished Church" in St. George's in 1874 to replace the rundown St. Peter's Church, but construction languished for a variety of reasons; some 20 years in, parishioners decided they'd rather see St. Peter's Church restored rather than finish its replacement. Then, a few decades later, the abandoned Unfinished Church took a major beating in a hurricane.
Aborted and decrepit as it is, the Unfinished Church has its own unique magnetism, the splendor of ruins. Now under the management of the Bermuda National Trust, it's become a major attraction and a popular backdrop for weddings.
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