The Scots are a clumsy person, they hardly have time to do any non-utilitarian work. The Church of Scotland certainly opposes this. The style is "Decorative Gothic". The builder is the Scotsman David Mitchell (David Mitchell), he is the father of Lady Nellie Melba (Dame Nellie Melba). The church also has some wonderful stained glass windows, including the second largest glass window, which is said to be breathtaking in the early morning or evening, and is said to be the best in Australia. The interior is made of the best quality wood in Australia. Scots'Chutch is the first Presbyterian Chu\rch in Victoria.
This is the church I visited when I was sightseeing in Melbourne. I couldn't get in until the last time, but this time, I was lucky enough to open it, so I entered. The exterior is English style, the atmosphere is very dark, so the interior is dark and demonic, but bright and casual. (not bad!)
This church is a church in the box hill Chinese community. This Chinese community is the largest Chinese settlement in Melbourne. Various living facilities and buildings are readily available. Known as Melbourne's Little Hong Kong.
An old church located in the heart of Melbourne city. The little blue sign at the door reads welcome. In the first photo, there is the name of the church and the schedule for public worship. Melbourne is full of various churches, belonging to different churches, many of which have relatively long histories. Some churches can be visited inside, and some are not. Some can take pictures, some are not allowed. Some take pictures for a fee, some are free. There are signs at the entrance or inside the church, so be careful when you visit.
Very beautiful church with a nice view outside. But after seeing many churches, I haven't really encountered a wedding scene!
The floor is very high and it feels really great.