St. Dunstans Church is the largest Catholic church on Prince Edward Island and a landmark of Charlottetown. Although compared to European churches such as Italy, the scale of St. Dunstans is not too large, and the history is not too long. It was built more than a hundred years ago, but it has experienced ups and downs. The current church is dependent on the islanders after the fire in 1913. Donations stood up.
The Catholic Church is a large, solemn and iconic building. Time is late, no entry!
The St. Denstein Church is the seat of the diocese of the Catholic Church of Prince Edward Island and is famous for its fine Italian carvings and Gothic spires.
The beautiful church in downtown Charlottetown is one of the must-visit places. Remind me churches in Paris.
During our “10-Day Canada and New England” cruise aboard Caribbean Princess, our ship docked at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Since we had spare time in the morning before our shore excursion t...
Saint Dunstan's Basilica is absolutely stunning. I attended Christmas Eve Mass and it was absolutely magical. Cannot wait to return.
This is a beautiful church in central Charlottetown. St. Dunstan's Basilica is an example of the beautiful and historic architecture found in this coty.
When visiting Charlottetown, be sure to include St. Dunstans Basilica. Beautiful historic architecture