A relatively large church in the down town of Nassau, Bahamas. It was also the first church in Bahamas. It was built in the 17th century. I didn’t come here specially. 5 meters next to it is the famous Bahamian Pirate Museum. I went to the museum and saw it. There are many restaurants, bars, and coffee shops nearby. If you come to down town, you will see here. It's free to visit.
Christ Church, built between 1670 and 1684, was the first church in the Bahamas. This church was destroyed and rebuilt many times before it stood in this place in 1724. It was rebuilt again in 1740 and later expanded to become a cathedral (cathedral).
According to the information, the tall stained glass windows are custom-made in France, and the granite floor comes from Italy. When we went there, the door had not been opened yet. A staff member opened the door in advance and welcomed us to visit. The church is quiet, and the picture of Christ's crucifixion is depicted on the colored windows, leaving a reflection on the ground.
It’s a very nice church. It’s a spectacular experience. It’s also a very happy experience. I can feel that the architecture here is great and the interior decoration is also very good.
The historic Catholic Church in the Bahamas is very magnificent. Many people come to pray every day in a holy church. The ceiling in the church is very high, the white columns and the multicolored crosses on the walls are worth seeing.
The simple church near the Bahamas Pirate Museum, just go and see, the colorful windows are very beautiful.
very beautiful visit of this church so charming, we had met the priest who was available and kind ...
Pop in and look around, especially if the sun is shining so that you can see the stained glass windows. Always interesting to see these types of churches.
classic anglican architecture, nice quiet place to rest and contemplate, enjoy the organ music and examine the stain glass windows.
Beautiful church with years of history. Was our starting point on a walking tour we did. Very impressive!
We were supposed to meet a food tour on the church’s landing. We got there early and went inside the chapel. Beautiful stained glass windows. Fascinating memorials attached to the walls that celebrate...