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The Uniting Church

The Uniting ChurchNearby City

4/56 Reviews
"I am here# A landmark building in the town. It has a Gothic appearance on a hillside. It looks a bit like a small castle. It's small and empty. It has some British movies."
St David's Cathedral

St David's CathedralNearby City

3.7/53 Reviews
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Hobart Top 3 in Important Religious Institution
"Traveling to Australia, this stop came to Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. There is an Anglican church near Salamanca Square. This is the main church in Hobart. The earliest part was built in 1868 and designed by a British designer. The interior stained glass windows are exquisite and worth visiting. Opposite it is St. Davis Park. The church is free to visit during the day from Monday to Saturday, and there are worship services on Sundays. The church closes early. It is recommended that everyone go there in the morning."
Holy Trinity Anglican Church

Holy Trinity Anglican ChurchNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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"The shape of the building is unique and adult colors make him look very solemn."
St John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church

St John the Evangelist Roman Catholic ChurchNearby City

4.5/54 Reviews
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"Traveling to Australia, this stop came to the Tasmanian capital-Hobart, to a small town in the southeast-Richmond to visit and play, the only church in the town-St. John's Catholic Church is located in the small The town’s east side of the Richmond Stone Bridge. This church was built in 1836 and is the oldest Roman Catholic church in Australia. The church is built of bricks and has no gorgeous appearance. Compared with the church in any big city, it looks too small and simple, but it says Has Australian history. There are various Christmas and souvenirs for sale in the church, and there is a service on Sunday."
St George's Anglican Church

St George's Anglican ChurchNearby City

5/52 Reviews
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Hobart Top 5 in Important Religious Institution
Open on Sun,8:00am-9:00am,10:00am-11:15am,7:00pm-8:30pm;Open on Mon-Tue,Thu,9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"Especially tasteful places, you can stop and take pictures when you stop and go."
Hobart Synagogue

Hobart SynagogueNearby City

4.3/53 Reviews
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Hobart Top 6 in Important Religious Institution
"Sometimes this period of history still needs to be memorized."
St Joseph's Catholic Church

St Joseph's Catholic ChurchNearby City

4/51 Reviews
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Hobart Top 4 in Important Religious Institution
"To travel to Australia, this stop came to Hobart, the capital of Tasmania, and wandered around the city. St. Joseph’s Catholic Church is located at the intersection of Harrington Avenue and Macquarie Avenue. This is a simple and quaint Gothic building. The church is small in scale, and the stained glass windows and Italian-style murals are worth it. Go take a look. I'm not a Catholic personally, so I didn't go in, and the opening hours are also stipulated. If you are interested, it is best to check the schedule online in advance."
Hillsong Hobart

Hillsong HobartNearby City

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St Mary's Cathedral

St Mary's CathedralNearby City

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Bicheno Community Church

Bicheno Community ChurchNearby City

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