St. Patrick’s Cathedral is located next to St. Patrick’s Park in Melbourne. It is the most representative Gothic building in the 19th century. The church has a rich collection of handicrafts, including meticulous painted stained glass; ingenious wood carvings and The masonry craftsmanship all highlight the grandeur and solemnity of the Catholic Church. The minaret of the Gothic building is 103 meters high, fully demonstrating the architectural style and splendor of the Renaissance period. St. Patrick's Cathedral is Melbourne's largest and tallest Catholic church in the southern hemisphere. This Gothic-style cathedral was officially opened in October 1897, but the three steeples of the church were not completed until 1939.
The beautiful church with gorgeous stained glass and the beautiful surroundings are perfect for taking wedding photos.
Opposite the old railway station is St. Paul’s Cathedral, built in 1931. I don’t know much about European architecture. I can barely tell it is Gothic. The church is open for ten minutes to visit. The interior has beautiful glass windows, mosaic tiles and The wooden equipment is very delicate and elegant.