St Philip's Cathedral
St Philips Cathedral was originally a church for the more well to do who did not wish to negotiate their way through the busy market area to get to church. Although consecrated as a church in 1715, St. Philip's became a cathedral in 1905. The designer or architect, Thomas Archer, used baroque styling and ornate stone carving and crowned the cathedral with a tower formed of four concave sides.
The Anglican cathedral is small by city standards and miniscule in comparison with the great shire cathedrals such as
One of the finest neo-gothic church buildings in
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