Old St. Stephen's Church in Brisbane, where the sun shines through stained glass windows, the whole church is extremely quiet, sitting silently, so that the body and mind can be quiet in prayer and praise.
The Cathedral of St. Stephen, located at Elizabeth Street 249, is an old church with a beautiful appearance.
Cathedral of St. Stephen is an old church with a history of more than 100 years. It is located in the centre of Brisbane. We came here on foot on our way to Chinatown, Brisbane. The church is very historic. There are not many people and few tourists.
Passing through the church, I suddenly found that there was a little fame. It was only the figure sculpture in front of the church that really frightened me at night. It was not high-air, but it was beautiful.
St. Stephen's Cathedral is a Gothic Church in the centre of Brisbane. It's a little bit unremarkable and relatively low-profile. It's surrounded by high-rise buildings. It's near the river bank. It's easy to overlook if you don't pay attention to it.
The cathedral is beautiful. Historic decorations and colorful glazed windows are amazing.
The church is built in granite, and it feels normal from the outside, but there is a wonderful image of the Virgin Mary inside, and the coloured mosaic glass is also beautiful.
It's worth seeing. There's nothing in the daytime. It feels normal when you go in. If you are especially fond of upbringing, you should recommend it.
Follow the classic walking route recommended by Lonely Planet. On the day we went, there was no one in the church except our family. It was quiet, quiet and spiritual.
A Catholic church, very quiet, no special appearance, there is a statue of the Virgin Mary inside, the priest also received us warmly.