Whether you are Roman Catholic or non-believer, there is something grand and eloquent about the Cathedral of St. Helena, the Cathedral for the Helena Diocese.
Highly successful gold miner Thomas Cruse poured much of his fortune into the building of the Late Gothic Revival style building which was modeled after the Votive Church (VotivKirche) in Vienna, Austria.
The Cathedral is best appreciated on multiple visits simply because there is so much to take in on any single visit, especially seeing it for the first time.
The manifold stained glass windows that tell the story of of Christian belief from the Fall of Adam and Eve to the 20th century are spectacular.
Musical performances in the Cathedral are extraordinary because of the exceptional acoustics, and are enhanced by the setting.
The Cathedral has been renovated over the years and is in excellent condition as a result.
A must-see in Helena.
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