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St Eugene's is outside the city walls (unlike St Columb's). The catheral is modern (i.e. late 19th century) but has a beauty and some nice stained-glass windows. However, I personally find the role of the churches in Derry's violence reprehensible and could not "enjoy" the...More
St. Eugene's Cathedral is known as 'The Mother Church' for the Roman Catholic Diocese of Derry. It dates back to the late 1800's. Its impressive stonework and prominent stained glass windows are a must-see. The interior is somewhat stark and cold. The cathedral occupies an...More
A visit to this most special cathedral is a must when visiting Derry, the smell of incense always seems so prominent to me when visiting this historical peaceful church. Immaculately clean, maintained to a very high standard, will always hold a place in my heart....More