Interesting information about the structure of the catheral: 68.58m (225ft) long and 35.5m (115ft) wide, has a nave, side aisles, north and south porches, and a roof made of teak and slate.
The building featureschunam plaster, a mixture made from shell lime, egg white, coarse sugar, and water in which coconut husks had been steeped. After drying, the plastered walls and columns were polished with rock crystal or rounded stones and dusted with fine soapstone powder, giving the building a distinctive white exterior so hard that even nails have difficulty penetrating it.
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