St. Patrick's Cathedral, located on Fifth Avenue in Manhattan, New York, opposite the Rockefeller Center. This church has a pivotal position in New York, and is second to none in terms of religious status, architectural scale, and grandeur. The Gothic style makes people naturally awe-inspiring in front of the church. The interior of the stained glass window, large and small sculptures, gold ornaments are simply beautiful. Visitors are here, all praised and practiced.
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St. Patrick's Cathedral is a must-see for Melbourne's downtown area, right next to St. Patrick's Park and an indispensable part of the tour.
Melbourne is the most famous cultural city in the Southern Hemisphere. It is named after the British Prime Minister William Lamb, the second generation of Melbourne Viscount. St. Patrick's Cathedral is Melbourne and the largest and highest Catholic church in the Southern Hemisphere. Partly built with bluestone, the building is the most representative Gothic building of the 19th century. There are many collections of crafts in the church, such as detailed painted window glass, wood carvings and stone carvings are very beautiful.
When you see these buildings and gardens, you can feel deeply that the distant drifting on this continent of the sea, inextricably linked with Europe, seems to be in Europe, no different. The
Cathedral was designed by the famous British architect William Wald in 1863 and officially opened in October 1897. The three spires of the church were not completed until 1939 to commemorate the centenary of the Catholic Church in Victoria. The spires of the Gothic architecture showcase the architectural style and grandeur of the Renaissance.