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Didn’t get a chance to go inside, but just reading about the history of this church made this a worthwhile stop. It was a great way to begin a vacation and learn and see a bit of Belizian history and culture before starting a week...More
This well appointed traditional style church fronts two roads on the corner of the street parallel to the sea near the Birds Isle restaurant and bridge to the port. It is steeped in history being the oldest church building in Central America. It has a...More
I was lucky, when I arrived on Friday the school associated with this church was having a ceremony inside and some great people there explained the history of the church and its place in the fabric of the community. The cathedral is small but old,...More
We visited here as part of a family history trip. We wanted to visit a plaque in the church which honours family ancestors. We were welcomed into the Sunday service with open arms and the locals all spent time chatting with us afterwards.
This is a small Cathedral, and part of the roof has different bricks from a previous hurricane. There was a lady who spoke about the Cathedral and how it was from the slaves time onwards. This was fascinating and we really enjoyed viewing this stunning...More
To appreciate the history of belize, this is an important stop and definitely worth exploring! One of the interesting aspects of the building is that it was built with ballast stones and one can see the different colors of the stones as it was built...More