Kingston is a two-hour train ride from Ottawa, which is very suitable for a day trip. Because I was ready for a period of one session, I got up at four in the morning, caught the earliest train, and returned to Ottawa at 11 in the evening. It is also a very wonderful experience.
Kingston does not have the huge churches like Notre Dame Cathedral and Saint Joseph's Church in Montreal, but the small and exquisite churches can be said to be everywhere, especially the densest concentration within three kilometers of the city hall
There are many churches in Kingston, because the city is not big, so the density is very high, although the size is not too big, but they are all beautiful, but unfortunately they are not open to the public, and the interior of the church is not photographed.
There are many good-looking churches in Kingston, St. Andrew, St. George, St. Peter, and St. Mary. It is difficult to correspond one by one, but the fight is very eye-catching, but basically the doors are not opened. I can't see the inside of the church, which is a bit regretful.
Canadian churches are not tired of taking pictures. Even if the styles of churches in different cities are uniform, when you arrive in a new city, you still can't help but pat on all churches. This is an obsession.