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Duke Chapel is the centerpiece of Duke University West Campus and the heart of religious life. Built in 1930-35, the Chapel measures 291 feet long by 63 feet wide by 73 feet high, not counting the tower. The 210-foot tower makes it one of the tallest buildings in Durham County, North Carolina. The Chapel seats about 1,600 people, and its 77 stained-glass windows depict over 800 figures. The Chapel has three world-class pipe organs. It is conveniently located next to Duke Divinity School.

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