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I love this building. When we first visited Guyana seven years ago I thought this was a peaceful oasis in the calm of busy Guyana. Nothing has changed. This, the largest wooden church in the world, is calm and peaceful and worth a visit. It...More
I'm not a fan of churches but definetly for architecture. I liked the interior more than the exterior. The location is good, quite easy to get there. You can mix the trip with Stabroek market and other interesting places.
One wonders how difficult it must be to maintain a wooden building in Georgetown's humid climate, which makes it even more impressive that this is the largest wooden structure in the western hemisphere. A must see.
Listed as the largest wooden building in the world. Currently you can only peek into it in few places as they are doing a lot of construction. No services were going on when we were there, just construction workers.
People said it was lovely and...More