This is a great Church to admire if you like architecture and aesthetics. The St. Andrew's Roman catholic Cathedral stands quite in contrast to its modern buildings in downtown Victoria. A sort walk from the Hudson Bay area, this Cathedral is a classic example of High Victorian Gothic style architecture with its soaring columns and brick and stone work, this Cathedral built in 1892 was inspired by the Medieval Cathedrals of Europe.
The soaring tower and the perfect symmetry of the building is a great reflection of architecture that was reflective of the era. The Cathedral is definitely worth a stop in your Victorian Itinerary of places to see.
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