This is the first scenic spot we saw on the sightseeing bus, and then we walked through it again today. The church is much smaller than the skyscrapers around it. It's beautiful and picturesque. Friends decided that we should go in and have a look, but when we opened the door, a sign said no to the public!
Christ Church Cathedral, opposite the Fairmont Hotel. Compared with Fairmont Hotel with its verdant roof, the Christian Cathedral is quiet and low-key, and less marble-filled than St Andrew Wesley in downtown. But, Gothic architecture, dome using Canadian Douglas Fir, simple and quiet.
In downtown Vancouver, a very historic building, with the shade of trees on the roadside, is the finishing touch.
Christ's Cathedral is the largest and best New Gothic Church in the city, but it seems incongruous in the surroundings of a glass building in the surrounding business district. In downtown Vancouver, there is a very historic building, with the shade of trees on the roadside, drawing the finishing touches.
Come out of Vancouver Museum of Art, go shopping and come here accidentally. The mottled stone wall, as if telling the long vicissitudes of life. Inside, I looked up and saw many glass paintings describing Bible stories that I did not know. A little mystery, a little expectation.
I want to use mystery and amazement to describe how I feel about this cathedral. It's very beautiful.
The church is very historic. The whole church was seen several times when it passed by in a beautiful place, and its appearance was magnificent.