St. George's Cathedral, Kingstown

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
Rising above its surroundings with an unusual bell tower, St. George's Cathedral demonstrates 16th-century colonial architecture at its finest. A devastating hurricane in 1780 destroyed the church, which was finally rebuilt by 1820. Today, it serves as heritage site and a sanctuary. The church and its numerous stained glass windows have sadly fallen into disrepair in more recent years, so some areas may not be accessible at time of visit due to the restoration process. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to St. George's Cathedral by using our Kingstown travel itinerary planner.
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  • To this beautiful cathedral in Kingstown St Vincent.It is a short walk from the cruise terminal 29 minutes ( about 1 mile ) .An example of historical colonial buildings with an interesting bell tower ...  read more »
  • It is under renovation. Nice place. Atypical cemetery, interesting architecture. A must see. Easy to access, in the Center.
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  • After St. Vincent is very poor, the Cathedral and the churches are a real highlight. Beautiful garden, exotic colored trees really invite you to linger. Should you necessarily look at, approximately. 10 minutes walk from the harbour.
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