St Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the oldest cathedrals in Melbourne. This unique structure was built from both sandstone and bluestone.
Melbourne is home to both modern and archaic Catholic, Anglican & Orthodox churches and cathedrals. In particular, the CBD houses to renowned historic cathedrals and magnificent Gothic churches.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the oldest Catholic churches in the city. This beautiful building in flanked by lush greenery of the Fitzroy Gardens and Parliament Gardens. Also, the cathedral is just a few minutes walk from the famous Park Hyatt Hotel.
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Another popular cathedral in Melbourne is St Paul’s Cathedral. Built in 1891, this cathedral boasts beautiful architecture a sanctuary with seven chapels. Guests often come here for a tour, educational experiences and a bit of photography.
Although St Patrick’s Cathedral is the tallest and largest, other Roman Catholic churches and cathedrals in the city are as equally popular – like St. Mary’s Cathedral and a few others.
Most of the cathedrals in the city are open to all worshipers and visitors from 7am to 7pm daily. If you’re interested in seeing and exploring Gothic style cathedrals, St Paul’s Cathedral is one of the best examples of architecture. This venue features elaborate structural design, highly decorated interiors, old style statues and a patterned floor that’s embellished with ancient marble tiles.
St Paul's Cathedral is another historic cathedral and heritage site in Melbourne. This unique site is among the famous cathedrals catering for the Anglicans in the city.
When it comes to Gothic-inspired architecture, Melbourne truly has an extraordinary selection of cathedrals and churches; ranging from private venues to century-old cathedrals. St Peter’s...