St. Paul's Cathedral is an ancient church with a long history in Dunedin. In the center of the church is a huge washing basin. The believers can wash away their sins here. Every time the Mass music is played, it looks very sacred and gives people a feeling of spiritual purification. It is worth sitting and feeling.
This ancient city is intriguing. Walking on the ancient streets, looking at the vicissitudes of history. There are not many Chinese in Dunedin, but there are a lot of Chinese restaurants with excellent craftsmanship. The taste is superb and the price is good. Love this city.
The main body of St. Paul's Cathedral adopts the architectural style of Gothic column beams and high vaults. The construction material is sandstone of Oamaru. It is the only stone vault in New Zealand. The interior of the church has Baroque stained glass, and the five large windows on the south side of the baptistery depict religious stories, which are rare European buildings in New Zealand.
St. Paul’s Cathedral in Dunedin is a two-hundred-year-old cathedral. The scale is very large. The ceiling of the church is very high. The huge crystal chandeliers and the pipe organ all reveal the importance of this church. The main church in Dunedin has a very important religious status.
The cathedral is octagonal and the front steps are long and it is easy to get up from both sides. The church is free of charge and can be photographed. The church has a pamphlet in several languages and a gentleman to answer questions for us. The cathedral is simple in appearance and not complex in interior, since the cost of the choir is limited, all covered with white tiles. The floral windows of the front door are used in memory of the soldiers of World War I.