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Anglican Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, St. John's
Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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This is a beautiful church if you like to walk through them. i was there on a Sunday and had to wait for a service to end before i could walk in. I stayed for matins as it turns out. A military parade... read more »
The Cathedral is a tourist attraction really worth a visit . It offers guided tours and even a tea time in the Summer . The architecture is beautiful both inside and outside . Not to be missed !
Half way up the hill from the port of St John is the Anglican Cathedral. One of the first Anglican Parishes in North America, dating form 1699 work got under way on the building of the first cathedral... read more »
Dropped into the cathedral as I was walking about downtown. Was met by a lovely older lady who was pleased to give me a guided tour. The building is magnificent and the stories she told me were very interesting. If you're there, make sure to look for the "special something" high up in one of the stone pillars along the righthand side (as you face the altar) of the church.
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