We were walking past with 30min to spare. The lady on the shop was happy to talk about the cathedral. Nice stained glass. Our son did the stained glass Q&A. The pipe organ is huge.
About St. Paul's Cathedral
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Erected in 1919, this church looked majestic & spectacular & we were humbled by the sight of it. We went into the church itself and were left with awe on the design of the stained glass windows.
A must see and to go inside the Church to appreciate the grand arcihtecture and style of the time when it was constructed.
Beautiful church located in the main square of the city, sitting beside the town hall. I did not visit the inside but the outside is worth a stop to take some pictures.
Built very much in the way English Cathedrals are built. Not that stunning inside, photos are allowed inside and you are free to walk around, its built on a corner of a road and the coaches are able to park along the side road. also...More
It is worth a picture even if you don't want to get inside. It has some nice architecture and its history is easily found on wikipedia. It is be the Otagon, so, totally worth a visit.
We took taxi to the Cathedral for Choral Evensong but on arrival the building was closed with no lights on at all. Rang the Dean's number to find that the choir sometimes takes a break over the holidays/long weekends so no Choral Evensong on the...More
I was absolutely rapt to be able to go inside the cathedral and more so to be able to take photos. When looking around there was certainly some wow! moments. The cathedral is dripping with history and beauty. I'd be happy to go again.
Most prestigious historical church of Dunedin (anglican). Beautiful gothic revival style. Not sure if the cathedral is easily accessible for disabled people. I could buy inside a little book of the cathedral; on the contrary in many museums or buildings in NZ (think about the...More
Although not church goers, we invariably find ourselves drawn to visit churches in new territory. The architecture is a key interest, but I think it is also what these buildings so often have gathered to themselves about the local people and their history. So it...More