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The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception is finally complete. Construction of the massive church was finally completed on December 8, 2017, nearly a full century after building first began. The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, also called the Trinity Dome, is now the largest Catholic Church in North America. The church is located in Washington, D.C. next to the Catholic University of America.

The Trinity Dome’s incredible artwork was a challenge to create for Viggo and Martin Rambusch, the artistic designers of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception’s now famous mosaic. The dome is a deeper curve than others in the basilica which made for unique opportunities and challenges when the Rambusch’s designed the mosaic. The Trinity Dome’s icon scheme was patterned after the Basilica of St. Mark in Venice with the ceiling area of the shrine meant to be a succession of decorated domes.

The mosaic itself was created in Italy, and the Rambusches made roughly ten trips to Italy in order to work and consult with the mosaicists. Both Rambusches are pleased with the final result. Martin Rambusch commented that the new dome has “a strength of its own” while still managing to be “harmonious with everything else” in the National Shrine. Viggo Rambusche added that the mosaic on the Trinity Dome ceiling was deliberately designed to look “like the whole thing [had] been [in the National Shrine] forever.”