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Immaculate Conception Church

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Recommended sightseeing time: 1-2 hours
Address: Bourbon St, Castries, St. Lucia
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Phone: 758-452-2416

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Castries were first discovered by the French in 1965, became a British colony in 1841, and became independent in 1979. It is now a member of the Commonwealth. There are a few scenic spots here that must be visited, especially there are two absolute vantage points, overlooking the panoramic view, before this, first pass through the dense primitive jungle, now with the development of tourism, some roads have become more feasible After car, hiking, mountain climbing, etc., I finally arrived at an excellent visual viewing spot. One side can see the Atlantic Ocean, and the other side is the Caribbean Sea, with clear waters, swaying coconut groves, white sandy beaches, and transparent air. Fade from time to time in the clouds, and the light became erratic, giving people a sense of the Pirates of the Caribbean scene. Castries is also the capital of Saint Lucia. Saint Lucia is actually a volcanic island. The entire territory has undulating hills and beautiful scenery. The earliest residents were Indians, but now the unemployment rate on the island seems to be very high. The tourist-oriented island has few tourists when it comes to weather. It is true that most people have nothing to do, but in terms of the environment, it is really a paradise for self-cultivation and relaxation. See the world freely

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  • dalm0m
    dalm0m
    NJ
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    Wonderful place to attend Mass

    Went to Sunday morning Mass here. The church is so open & colorful. It is not air conditioned and it was HOT. There are vendors outside selling over priced water. Bring your own because nothing e...

    Reviewed on /Date(1597562611000+0800)/
  • 135DavidS135
    135DavidS135
    Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
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    VERY WELCOMING

    Said to be one of the largest in the Caribbean the cathedral is certainly one of the most striking. My wife and I popped in when strolling around off our cruiser and enjoyed the ambiance of the buildi...

    Reviewed on /Date(1585455270000+0800)/
  • Ross H
    Ross H
    Warwick, Australia
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    Beautiful

    So warm, friendly and inviting when you walk into the largest church in the Caribbean...it feels so welcoming.

    Reviewed on /Date(1583739267000+0800)/
  • Frank M
    Frank M
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    visited in conjunction with our city trolley train tour

    From the outside this church looks very old and Unkept but when you go inside the interior is amazing with the colorful murals. The church is apparently over 400 years old

    Reviewed on /Date(1582525780000+0800)/
  • travellinflower
    travellinflower
    Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
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    Children's mass on Sunday

    While it didn't start until 10:30am rather than 10, it was worth the wait. Small choir, but keyboard, drum and guitar. Music director obviously a pro. A teen girl sang Panis Angelicus, and it was su...

    Reviewed on /Date(1581564077000+0800)/

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