St. Peter's Cathedral in Adelaide is a magnificent and beautifully built cathedral. A pair of towering towers in the church is its symbol. The interior of the church is also very solemn. The square in front of the door is very large. It is also an important place for locals to hold weddings. It is worth visiting.
Located in the western suburbs of Adelaide, St. Peter's Cathedral is a typical European church. In fact, the church is not very tall, but it should be surrounded by lawns and woods, and there are no tall buildings, making it very majestic. There are not many people in the church on weekdays, so it is more suitable for taking pictures.
In the evening, when I saw red clouds again, I went out. There was a red sunset in the west, but it was too far away from me, so I walked on Beitai Street again. I walked all the way to St. Peter's Cathedral. In the night, the church is quiet and majestic. It is the largest church in Adelaide.
A very unpretentious church. Because Australia was once a British colony, there are many Anglican churches in Australia, which are part of Christianity, but they are not as luxurious as Catholicism. This cathedral is a very ordinary church in the city. There are not too many tourists and it is fairly clean. There are quite a few people who come in twos and threes.