Just beside the flagpole garden. It is the oldest church in Melbourne. It was one of only three buildings in the central city of Melbourne during the golden tide. The church was first at the intersection of Collins Street and William Street. Before 1891, St. Paul's Cathedral was established as an Anglican church. In 1913-14, the church was moved to king street and batman street, facing Flagpole Park.
An old church, just beside the flagpole garden, across the street. This is no longer a prosperous area in downtown Melbourne. Although the road is wide, there are not many people and it is quiet. Only people from their own church will come here, no tourists. The white sign on the first photo says the name of the church.
At least nothing special from the appearance, rather general
A relatively simple church, you can visit it when you pass by
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