This is an English church and a historical building that I saw when I was walking in Melbourne. It is said that this is the third church in the city. The current building was built in 1869 and completed in 1929. The exterior is a dark masonry structure, and white stamps are used to glue the stones together, so you can see the ridiculous surface. It has a good atmosphere, like a viewing tower in a European fortress. You can go in, the roof is made of dark wood and is grid-like, with a beautiful view. The arched part of the column is decorated with perforated patterns, and it is nice to see it reflected by the light on the wall.
The rare main color is black, it looks a bit like a chocolate house from a distance, the building is very beautiful
It's kind of like a church in a quiet little castle. There are choirs who practice singing there. Although they don't understand well, people will naturally quiet down. It is a kind of magical power.
This Catholic church is relatively small. Built between 1869 and 1870, it is one of only two churches in the Melbourne CBD. St. Patrick's Cathedral is located outside the East Melbourne CBD.
This is a place worth looking forward to. It makes people retreat from vanity and vanity, and return to human nature.