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Holy Trinity Cathedral, Yangon (Rangoon)
Categories: Churches, Tourist Spots
Known for its red brick exterior, Holy Trinity Cathedral serves as a remainder of British colonial times in Myanmar. Designed in Indo-Saracenic architectural style, the cathedral boasts stained glass windows--restored in 2003--and a white-roofed bell tower. Go inside for a quick tour, or attend a service. Put Holy Trinity Cathedral at the forefront of your travel plans using our Yangon (Rangoon) itinerary maker.
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This is a very short stroll from Bogyoke Aung San Market and gives an insight into the old colonial past of Yangon. There are dedications on plaques to long dead expats from a bygone time. You will ne... read more »
The Holy Trinity Anglican Cathedral was built in 1886(complete in 1894). Can feel the peace and quite even it is rounded by most busiest market(Bogyoke Market),school and a junction of two busy roads.
When going downtown, pop in for a quick look-see at this cathedral. Right next to Bogyoke Aung San Market.
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