The Church of St. John the Baptist is a great choice! The internal structure of the building is very special, meticulously crafted, sacred and elegant, there are many people, but it is very quiet, you can take a closer look at the culture here, and the glass windows are also very beautiful!
This building can be seen from the top of Cardiff Castle, which is relatively high in the city center. A few blocks away is a very prosperous commercial street. The church on the edge of the High Street is like an urban sketch between commercial roads. Singing in the shadow against the wall at the door, adding a sense of life.
This is a church in the center of Cardiff. This Gothic church has a magnificent exterior and a gorgeous interior. It is free for tourists. When we went, we saw the luthier practicing for the afternoon performance, and the organ sound was very nice. This is my first time watching an organ playing.
The artwork around the altar chapel inside the church is the most impressive. The most mysterious art hidden in the church: frescoes, epitaphs, sculptures, decorative portals, windows. The church was built in the 14th century and is dedicated to the Virgin Mary. The founder is Prezław, Bishop of Pogarell. The bigger surprise is the Baroque style on both sides of the church. It is characterized by richly decorated murals and exquisite sculptures covering the entire high dome