It's near the flagpole garden. It's the oldest church in Melbourne. In the golden tide, it was one of the only three buildings in Melbourne's downtown area. The church was first built at the intersection of Collins Street and William Street. Before 1891, St. Paul's Cathedral was established as a church of the Anglican Church. From 1913 to 14, the church was moved to King Street and Batman street, facing the flagpole park.
An old church is just next to the flagpole garden, across the street. This is no longer a busy part of Melbourne, although the road is wide, but not many people, quiet. Only those who teach themselves will come here. There are no tourists. The first photograph had a white sign with the name of the church.
A well-known local church, especially like its overall architectural style, weekend there are many people here to worship.
This is a place that local residents often go to. The environment is very good. Generally speaking, it feels very good.
An ancient Catholic church. Many residents worship here.