On Collins Avenue, a famous commercial street in downtown Melbourne, a cathedral catches the attention of passers-by. It was built in 1866 "St. Michael's Union Church", also known as "St. Michael's Union Cathedral". Even though it has such a long history, it is still open to the local people to come here for Mass. This is Melbourne, where there is a sense of classical and modern cross-cutting, which is the most unique urban aesthetics here.
The largest and tallest Catholic Church in the southern hemisphere, mostly built of bluestone, is the most representative Gothic building in the 19th century. The cathedral has a rich collection of Arts and crafts, including meticulous painted window panes, skillful woodcarving and masonry, which highlight the magnificence and dignity of the Catholic Church.
Catholic Church, the buildings are very spectacular. There was a very quiet feeling when I came in!
St. Michael's United Church is the largest and tallest Catholic Church in the southern hemisphere. It has a rich collection of Arts and crafts, including meticulous painted windows and panes. The magnificence and dignity of the Catholic Church are highlighted by its skillful woodcarving and masonry craftsmanship.
Walk, and you'll see this very striking building on Melbourne's most famous street.
It's a very elegant building on Melbourne's most famous highway.
Exterior appearance is very huge and beautiful, once inside it is very shocking, regardless of color sculpture and decoration is a visual feast.
The church is so beautiful. The building itself is a work of art. Look at the church under the night is another kind of beauty!