St Mary’s Cathedral


The grand St Mary’s Cathedral is the largest church in Australia, and the catholic seat of Archbishop of Sydney. Designed in the Gothic style, its interior is large and cavernous, dominated by a central nave that is over 50m tall. Beautiful stained glass adorn the windows of the cathedral, and are particularly lovely against the otherwise austere interior.

There is a strict no-photography rule in the cathedral – the security guards walk around the compound to nab lawless miscreants such as yours truly. Nevertheless, I managed to sneak in a shot just outside the door, with my camera propped up against the glass.

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