You walk in the busy and noisy streets of Cape Town into the tranquility of St George’s cathedral. The stained glass windows are very impressive. The kids enjoyed walking the labyrinth in the courtyard.
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Next to the Company's Gardens in Cape Town, this cathedral can be found. During certain times the cathedral can be entered and you can spend some time in this beautiful must-see place. Once inside the cathedral the stained-glass windows, amazing architecture and history greets you,...More
Cape Town's only cathedral is Anglican. It is situated in the city centre, next to the Company Gardens, and at the top of the main city street. Those familiar with the magnificent cathedrals of Europe, may find St George's something of a let down, but...More
I went when none of the city tour groups were there and got the place to myself to take pictures and be amazed by the architecture in silence. It's worth stepping in while you're in Cape Town Central.
The connection of this cathedral with Desmond Tutu and the end of the Apartheid movement is inescapable. It's easily accessed in the downtown area.
A bit hidden in a corner is a black stone statue of a black madonna with child. You need a flash to be able to make a picture, but it is a perfect location to light a candle on the beginnng of your travels through...More
We didnt go inside cause they were doing some reparations, but it didnt seem to be very big however it has a nice architecture
Saturday morning around 9.30am and I decided to go walkabout while the better half hit the shops. A sense of Deja Vu from three years ago on our last visit to Cape Town, when we stayed at the same Hotel in St. George's Mall and...More
This Anglican cathedral, designed by Herbert Baker in the Gothic style, was built in 1901. It is the oldest cathedral in Southern Africa and the mother church of the Anglican Diocese of Capetown. It contains some stunning stained glass, including Christ in Triumph Over Darkness...More