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St. Andrews church aka 'The Kirk' is over 200 years old... The beauty is that the original structure still remains intact and is used by the congregation for Sunday morning mass every week!!
The interiors is amazing with the dome shaped structure in the dented...More
St Andrews Church is a peaceful sanctuary. It was built by the Scottish community in Chennai in 1821. The principal portion of the church built around a dome is small but beautifully done in those days is definitely a worth visit.
St. Andrew’s Church (The KIrk) is a stone’s throw away from Egmore Railway Station which is easily accessible from most parts of Chennai city. Calmness and solemnity is an integral part of the Service and the Church choir is an exemplary one. The service is...More
This church was built by 2 British military engineers circa 1820. They built it despite the huge challenge of swampy unstable ground and is considered an engineering marvel. They overcame the challenge and built the church with the tallest spire in Chennai. The roof of...More
On 10th December , we visited St. Andrew's Church (The Kirk) , inspired by St Martin in the Fields in London , a magnificent example of Neo Classical architecture and designed & executed by Major Thomas de Havilland & Colonel James Caldwell of Madras Regiment...More
Built more than 175 years, St Andrews Church also known as the Kirk, is a peaceful sanctuary amid the hustle and bustle of Chennai. The principal portion of the church built around a dome is small but beautifully done. Built for the Scottish community in...More
Peaceful amid the hustle of Chennai, This beautiful building claims to be one of the top ten examples of Georgian architecture in the world. It is similar to St Martin in the Fields, London. The central nave is build around a dome with a light...More