St. Patrick's Cathedral is not far from Fitzroy Gardens. We walk along Wellington Avenue from a 125-year-old Windsor Hotel in Melbourne for seven or eight minutes. The road is green and lush. Melbourne's downtown area is quite green. The church is connected with the nearby Fitzroy Garden. The famous Captain Cook's cabin is also in the garden, forming a beautiful scene. Point. Visiting St. Patrick's Cathedral does not require admission tickets. It is open from 9:00 to 17:00 every day. There are not many visitors here, so we can enjoy it quietly. Although the cathedral is less famous than Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris and Cologne Cathedral in Cologne and Shikai Sugar Cathedral in Spain, it is also the Cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Melbourne and Australia after all. The subtallest church should be extraordinary. Influenced by the Roman Catholic Church, it is a typical Renaissance Gothic building with three towering minarets above the church. It is said that the cathedral was designed by William Walder jqk William Wardell, a famous British architect, in 1863. It was officially opened in October 1897. The three minarets of the cathedral were completed in memory of the Catholic Church after nearly 80 years until 1939. It was built in Victoria for a hundred years. Entering the cathedral, the meticulous stained glass windows inside are very similar to the Cologne Cathedral, depicting the Bible and religious stories. The light is reflected through the stained glass windows to the dome, which is gorgeous and elegant. The huge marble pillars support the vault, showing extraordinary grace. Another point of view of the cathedral is a set of pipe organs and tall candlesticks on the altar, which are very gorgeous and beautiful. Walking to the church, there are two famous statues at the side door. On the left is Saint Catherine, a woman who took off the thorn circle she wore when Jesus was crucified. On the right, the statue of the saint in a monk's robe is the living Francisco. It is said that the mark of Saint Francisco is the only official mark recognized by the Holy See so far. Not necessarily. The famous side door has a staircase pool with some biblical sentences carved on the stone. On the top of the pool is a basin carved with a wolf. On the right side of the pool is the souvenir shop of the church. Along the shade, ahead is Fitzroy Gardens, one of the five gardens in Melbourne. The famous Captain Cook's cabin is in the corner of the garden. Traffic - "Take bus No. 35 longsdalestr. Stop and go east.
From the Capitol building, you can see an old church, St. Patricks Cathedral. There are two famous churches, one in Melbourne, Australia, and the other in Dublin, Ireland. Melbourne is also the largest and tallest Catholic Church in the southern hemisphere. This Gothic cathedral, mostly built of bluestone, was designed by the famous British architect Huadai. The church was so big that it couldn't be fully loaded into the camera. It had to run across the street to barely get a picture. Visits inside the church are free and can be photographed.
St. Patrick's Church is Melbourne's largest and highest Catholic Church in the southern hemisphere. The Gothic-style cathedral, mostly built of bluestone, was designed by the famous British architect Huadai. It was officially opened in October 1897, but the three minarets were not completed until 1939. The steeple is 105.8 meters high and the church is 92.25 meters deep. The stained glass windows and the huge organ in the church are all worth watching. The church is very large, there are many statues around it, and the green space is very beautiful.
St. Patrick's Church is located in the east of the city centre. It is about ten minutes past museums and exhibitions. The spire Gothic architecture is very conspicuous. The church area is very large. You can have a close look at the complex sculptures and patterns on the building. There is also a small garden on the east side of the church. It is very quiet and full of flowers.
It's a lovely church and monastery. It's worth visiting. It's located not far from Melbourne. It's the largest Catholic Church in Australia. It has many characteristics of Gothic architecture. The atmosphere in the church is very quiet. The light passes through the stained glass of the window and turns into a bunch of golden light to illuminate the whole cathedral.
It is a Gothic Renaissance building with a slightly simpler appearance than the famous Gothic architecture. It is the highest Church in Australia and the bishop Church of the Catholic Diocese of Melbourne. The scale is very large and the decoration is very luxurious.
Coming out of Fitzroy Gardens, I happened to pass St. Patricks Cathedral, a magnificent church. It was later learned that Melbourne was also the largest and tallest Catholic Church in the southern hemisphere. Unlike the common Victorian style in Australia, the church is a Gothic building. It was built to commemorate the 100-year establishment of the Catholic Church in Victoria. The church was officially opened in October 1897, but it took more than 90 years for the three minarets to be completed until 1939. The steeple is 105.8 meters high and the church is 92.25 meters deep. The church is surrounded by gardens. The bronze statue in front of the main entrance is the bronze statue of Archbishop Daniel Mannix, who was born in Ireland and served as Catholic Archbishop in Melbourne for 46 years. He is the most influential public figure in Australia in the 20th century. St. Patrick's Cathedral is one of the seven Catholic churches recognized by Pope Paul VI as meeting the standards of the Roman cathedral, and is also recognized as one of the most classic Gothic buildings in the world. Painted windows, exquisite woodcarving and stone carving, and organ show the magnificence and solemnity of the Catholic Church. Traffic - "google Fitzroy Gardens, easy to find after arrival
St. Patrick" s Cathedral is the largest Catholic Church in Australia and the Cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Melbourne. The cathedral is located outside the city centre, next to the Victorian Parliament Building. It is one of the most representative Gothic buildings in the 19th century. St. Patrick's Cathedral is situated in the garden at the junction of Gisborne St. and Cathedral PI. It is surrounded by fences and covers a large area. The garden contains the image of Bishop MANNIX, as well as many memorial statues and sculptures. The cathedral is a T-shaped structure with three minarets. There are two slightly lower spires on the front and one on the back, which is 103 meters high, showing the Renaissance architectural style. Painted windows, wood carvings and stone carvings inside the church are exquisite, highlighting the solemnity and magnificence of the Catholic Church.
St. Patrick's Cathedral is Melbourne's largest and tallest Catholic Church in the southern hemisphere. The Gothic spire is 103 meters high. On the edge of downtown Melbourne, behind the Victoria State Capitol. Weekly is also a place where many citizens hold wedding. Unfortunately, we have to wait until the end of the wedding to let in.
The super-large church is magnificent and magnificent from the outside. The architectural sculpture is also very meticulous and exquisite. It pays attention to details. The glass murals inside are also gorgeous and colorful. The church has a large capacity. There are many people participating in the activities. It is located on the edge of city and next to the parliament.