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A rather interesting experience

This church totally dominates a very tired looking town. It took me a bit of working out to find... read more

Reviewed June 6, 2017
vkw42
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Palmerston North, New Zealand
Basilica of St Nicholas de Port

This huge church appears out of proportion to the town's size. Interesting to visit for its... read more

Reviewed July 7, 2015
twinservices
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birmingham
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Jun 6, 2017
“A rather interesting experience”
Jul 11, 2015
“The Church dominates the town”
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Reviewed July 7, 2015

This huge church appears out of proportion to the town's size. Interesting to visit for its fantastic architecture and soaring pinnacles. Free entry reveals again soaring columns, wide open airy aspects and natural light flooding into the interior. The town itself has little redeeming features...More

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Reviewed June 6, 2017

This church totally dominates a very tired looking town. It took me a bit of working out to find the actual entrance. Inside is actually stunning and being just after Easter was full of flowers. It is a shame there is not a booklet available...More

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Reviewed July 11, 2015

As you approach Saint Nicholas De Port the church dominates the town with its twin towers. The exterior of the church is its main strength not only for the towers but for gables and general stonework. Access is from a free parking area at the...More

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Reviewed July 7, 2015

This huge church appears out of proportion to the town's size. Interesting to visit for its fantastic architecture and soaring pinnacles. Free entry reveals again soaring columns, wide open airy aspects and natural light flooding into the interior. The town itself has little redeeming features...More

1  Thank twinservices
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