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Historic Majesty: St David's Cathedral in 360°

St David's Cathedral in Hobart, Tasmania, is the principal Anglican church in the Diocese of Tasmania, named after St David, the patron saint of Wales. The foundation stone was laid in 1868 by Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh, and the main structure was completed in 1874 with the spire added in 1936. Designed by English architect George Frederick Bodley, the cathedral is a prime example of Gothic Revival architecture, featuring sandstone construction, pointed arches, and intricate stone carvings. The interior boasts beautiful stained glass windows, a high vaulted ceiling, and a historic organ built by Bishop & Son in 1873. St David's Cathedral is an active place of worship and a community hub, hosting regular services, concerts, exhibitions, and cultural activities. It is a heritage-listed building, recognized for its cultural and historical significance to Hobart and Tasmania. Visitors can enjoy guided tours and a variety of events that highlight the cathedral's rich history and architectural beauty.

Copyright: Gil Abadines
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 12000x6000
Taken: 16/05/2024
Uploaded: 27/05/2024


Tags: historic; iconic; gothic; spiritual; majestic; sacred; architectural; cultural; community; heritage; sandstone; vaulted; stained-glass; carvings; organ; worship; landmark; ecclesiastical; preservation; symbolic; anglican; religion; church; cathedral; hobart; tasmania; australia; interior
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