7/12/15

st mary's catholic cathedral, new plymouth

Here are the promised photos from this post.

This beautiful church is simply too big to get the exterior in one shot, so I didn't try. I will let the interior speak for itself.










The banners below denote equal memorial of the European settlers and Maori who were lost in battle.

The back of the church to give you an idea of its size.

14 comments:

waldlaeufer68 Frank Scholtyssek said...

Those are impressive buildings that were built at that time, such architecture no longer exists today, unfortunately ..
greetings Frank

Margaret Birding For Pleasure said...

it is a really lovely catnedral I particularly like the stain gass windows both inside and out.

doodles n daydreams said...

A lovely building, I too like the stained glass.

Diana
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Yamini MacLean said...

Hari OM
It truly is a marvellous building, its purpose increasing its beauty! YAM xx

Marcia said...

Those are lovely stained glass windows. Very thick walls too. Thanks for sharing.

E. said...

gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!! i am so happy that the stone continues inside. amazing!!! ( :

Tom said...

Spectacular Betty. Thanks for sharing. Tom The Backroads Traveller

Jackie McGuinness said...

The altar is very warm and inviting. Kiaora!!

facile et beau - Gusta said...

This is a very impressive building. I love the windows so much.
Great shots!

John said...

Nice series

Unknown said...

It is very charming!
Thank you for the tour, I wouldn't have the opportunity to see that church if it weren't for your photographs. :)

Bruce Clark said...

Great looking interior shots.

Linda W. said...

Beautiful church! I like the windows.

https://carolann100-havealook.blogspot.ca/ said...

Very beautiful all your photography. I enjoyed. I especially as well liked the stained glass windows. Outside and In.