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The cathedral was about a 10 to 15 minute walk from Hannibal station. It was small, the interior was rather colourful and pleasant, but a 10 minute visit was all I really needed. Apart from the painted ceiling and walls, there isn't much of note...More
I visited the cathedral 10 minutes before closing time. The moment I stepped inside it took my breath away. My first instinct was to take a video and I'm so glad I did! Totally beautiful inside and well worth visiting if you are a lover...More
This 19th century, now “desacralised” cathedral, was meant to dominate Carthage. But what it does is spoil the Carthage Byrsa site with its unique ancient features from the Punic birth of a civilisation. It just should not be there. It’s design is kitsch too.
Wouldn`t it have been better if the archaeologists had been allowed to excavate the whole site rather than allow French colonial rulers to erect this now redundant Cathedral? While on a stunning site (the views around are fantastic) the comment by Prince Charles about a...More
Not sure why someone would visit this cathedral, especially those who've been in a cathedral before. You cannot go up to the top for pictures, it's locked.
Be advised that you pay extra for entry, not included in museum & arch. site ticket.
It is on the campus of museum, but you can not get in with you ticket that gets you in the other sites. So I didn't go inside. We were on a quick tour. But the external views are beautiful and amazing contrast to the...More
An excellent location. Worth the walk uphill. Unfortunately there isn't a cafe o have a warm or cold drink. You have however less than a five minute walk to the 5 star hotel Villa Didon, where you may eat and drink all that you want...More