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The cathedral is not accessible. A mini forest has grown around it. One can only walk on the outer peripheral walkway. The cathedral is otherwise prestine in otherwise void Allahabad. Probably only few of the historical buildings that is still standing in Allahabad.
I went to All Saints Cathedral. Constructed in the gothic style architecture, the church boasts of intricately carved glass panels and marble altars. One of the most beautiful churches in all of the world, the shrine is thronged by tourists and pilgrims alike. It is...More
Now this architectural gem located at the entrance of Civil Lines, the most famous and sought after road of Allahabad, is a must see. Legend has it that this cathedral was supposed to be built in Australia, however mistakenly the drawings reached Allahabad and amusingly...More
Magnificent, majestic , grand , heritage you can keep in writing and yet not do justice to it.
Heritage building which just keep impressing you every time you visit.
A must see if you are in Allahabad.
It's not unusual to find Christian churches in India's cities - leftovers from the days when the British worshipped here, of course.
This Cathedral is an enormous Gothic-style edifice, to which we'd been directed by our hosts, themselves of the minority Christian faith (Allahabad's population...More
I had visited this place in the evening just before the sunset, this Church is a majestic structure standing tall in the center of Allahabad. The construction dates back to British era and is very evident in the style of construction. I went inside to...More
No weddings have been solemnized here in the recent past as this is a heritage building.
But the Bishop of Allahabad,(office is in main civil lines,close to this Cathedral)has the discretion to give permission.