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Originally built in the 1600s,but in its third incarnation due to two previous earthquakes, this church has a visually arresting exterior an a unique interior. Its towers rise up commandingly as seen from the outside and the seating inside, with different sections facing in different...More
We traveled downtown to visit the market and decided to take a walk up to the Cathedral. Construction is underway, however, the doors were open and we were able to go inside and see the beautiful interior. Definitely a place to visit.
Went here on my own because there is a geocache in the cemetery. I found the graves I needed to answer the questions, then went inside the church. It is gorgeous wood throughout inside, but the outside walls of the church look like it's about...More
Took a walk up the hill to visit the Cathedral.
Unfortunately couldn’t find an unlocked entrance. The building is obviously undergoing extensive renovation which will hopefully result in it being restored to its former glory.
I visited the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in April 2018 while taking a walking tour of St. John's. The cathedral is under total renovation so there is not that much to see. It is worth going in for about ten minutes and walking...More
As others have already noted, restoration work is going on to restore this place. However, the work hasn't progressed very far as of March 5, 2018 and to me the inside looked like an absolute wreck. We walked in and turned around and came back...More