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Organized as The Hellenic Orthodox Community of St. George in 1905, the community built their first St. George Greek Orthodox Church in 1907 on Pine Street in Manchester, New Hampshire. In 1968, the community built their current church on Hanover Street, which was formally consecrated and elevated to the status of cathedral in 1970. The Saint George Greek Orthodox Cathedral‘s structure and adjoining community center were designed by Christopher P. Kantianis who drew inspiration from both modernism and traditional orthodox church design. The Byzantine-influenced interior artwork was designed by Serio Tonelli and depicts Saint George and the history of the Greek Orthodox Church.