St. Mary’s Church is a huge exhibition area with a very historical nature. You can also see a lot of British things in the church. The environment of the church is also very special. There are many traditional religious things here.
St. Mary’s Church is the largest church in Downtown; but it’s still not comparable to European churches. On the bench at the entrance of the church lies a bronze statue of the homeless; the church is clean and bright, and the stained glass is exquisite and gorgeous.
St. Mary’s Church is in an alley near the town hall. This building is from the mid-nineteenth century. There is nothing special inside, except for the impressive altar carvings. It is a quiet and peaceful place in the heart of Manchester. There is a small shop selling religious goods.
Old churches, religious atmosphere, arty atmosphere.
This is a Catholic church. I like its altar very very magnificent. I was fortunate to visit the exhibition hall next to it. The collections inside are very exquisite and have a long history. The cultural heritage of the church can be seen.