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St. Thomas Cathedral Mumbai

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St. Thomas Cathedral Mumbai

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MWandAW wrote a review Mar 2020
North Sydney, Australia3,468 contributions180 helpful votes
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My wife an I visited St Thomas Anglican Cathedral (Built in 1718), as part of a city guided tour. We were shown the important features of the church, rather than just allowing us to look around, take photos and leave. The visit by the King George V and Queen Mary of England to the Cathedral on 3 November 1911 was an important event in its history, but surely the visit by a living Saint is just as important. Mary Teresa Bojaxhiu of India (Saint Teresa of Calcutta) also visited for a service on 8 January 1993 and there is a brass plate where she sat. The pews inside the Cathedral are a really beautiful place of tranquility on weekdays, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The other claim to fame is the Cathedral marks colonial Bombay's point zero, the exact centre of the city. A visit to this city's Anglican Cathedral to see these items, is certainly recommended.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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zarir1147 wrote a review Mar 2020
Bad Nauheim, Germany148 contributions31 helpful votes
A Cathedral situated in a very busy area. Once one enters the cathedral is very peaceful. The architecture is very unusual. Quite a few bodies from the late Bishops arme buried in the church. This cathedral was Build by the British.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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ankushsunkale wrote a review Feb 2020
Mumbai, India378 contributions34 helpful votes
This was built in 1718 and this is called as Zero point , city center. good place to visit for christians and religious people.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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seeker_here wrote a review Feb 2020
Delhi482 contributions56 helpful votes
Named after St Thomas, this cathedral is worth a visit when you are in Mumbai and is a major attractions for incoming tourists.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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hitesh1304 wrote a review Jan 2020
Mumbai, India187 contributions25 helpful votes
Visited this church recently...Its situated near Horniman circle in Mumbai Fort area...Its a beautiful British era Anglican church dedicated to the first apostle of India. The exterior Yellow -White looks grand and the interior memorials is very holy Do pay a visit when in Mumbai ,its a landmark sculpture
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Date of experience: December 2019
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