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The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is the first Anglican cathedral to be built outside the British Isles. Built between 1800 and 1804, the cathedral introduced to Canada the British Palladian style of architecture. While it was under construction...more
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31 rue des Jardins, Quebec City, Quebec G1R 4L6, Canada
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My husband and I stopped by here this month on our recent trip to the old city. The gentleman at the entrance spent more than half an hour giving us information about the Cathedral. We learned so much about the history of the church through...More
This cathedral lacks the gilded splendor of its Catholic counterpart a few steps away, but it’s still an impressive building with plenty of history. I only stepped in very briefly to look around, and while I was there I heard someone giving a tour say...More
This is a pretty church and worth visiting. I particularly enjoyed the stained glass. I came back a second time for a free concert. I have to say it was tough to sit through because the pews were so uncomfortable. My guess is that the...More
Went both to Sunday service (sing Eucharist, good choir, German Lutheran pastor celebrating and preaching) and returned to look further. Architecture is distinctive. Stained glass windows also good. In season, craft exhibits on the close.
The cathedral is small and humble. It is far from being as spectacular as the cathedral of Ste-Anne-de-Beaupré near Quebec City. Nevertheless, it is worth visiting if you are interested into the history of the English society in Quebec City. They have contributed significantly to...More