Near George Street, the city hall of Sydney is a very tall building. It is said to be the largest church in Sydney, beside which there is a large church school building. Between the school and the church is a small square, relatively quiet, the whole church is huge, there is a huge pipe organ. Although it's in a busy city, it's very quiet. There are only three or four people in it when we go in the afternoon. It's suitable for rest or meditation. There are a little more people in the square at the entrance, maybe a dozen or so. They are also sitting there and having fun.
St. Andrey's Cathedral is next to the City Hall. This church was not in my strategy. I thought it was St. Mary's Cathedral. The next day I saw St. Mary's Cathedral, I knew Oolong. St. Andrey's Church is not as photographed as the nearby St. Mary's Church. Photographed from the side of the road, the light is always bad, but it looks a little like a miniature version of Seville Cathedral. It is suggested to go to the side of the town hall or the other side of the church. The church is surrounded by tall buildings on both sides, and it's a bit counter-productive to shoot from outside.
Compared with Europe, Sydney's Andrew Cathedral is a little younger, but in Australian history, the church is the oldest. The building itself is very attractive. The 40-meter-high bell tower is the unique view of the church. It is a typical Gothic revival building, built by Edmund Blacket, a renowned architectural city, with a solemn, beautiful, solemn and tender interior. Exquisite altars and painted murals make people linger and forget to return. When it was completed in 1868, almost all the people of Sydney came here to visit it, showing its magnificence.
St. Andrey's Hall in Sydney is located on George Street in downtown Sydney, not far from Sydney City Hall. This is the earliest Catholic Church in Sydney. It is a Gothic building with a 35-metre bell tower. The interior of the church is also ornately decorated. The sculpture and stained glass windows are particularly beautiful. It is worth visiting. The church is open free of charge.
Sydney St. Andrey's Chapel is a Gothic Renaissance building in the center of the city. It's the Presbyterian Church of Scotland. It's very high-level. There are many believers who come to pray every day. They are very devout. It's also very busy and grand here on Sunday.
Located in the vicinity of Queen's Mall, ancient vicissitudes. First visit to authentic western restaurant - because it is usually too expensive, I never enter, see a affordable price, I specially arranged for brunch here, breakfast Thai sour and hot soup powder 26 yuan, authentic taste, lunch want to dress up high style, and ordered steak 53 yuan, probably because I want to cook well, taste old wood hard.