This is a beautiful church. Lovely inside and outside. Great to read about all the great work being done by the church in the local community.
A monument to the British in India. The church is well maintained and is a peaceful place to visit. Close to the Victoria Memorial so you can do both sights as part of a single visit to this area of the city.
This is truly an example of the changes done to this city on the onset of colonial rule and the church screams colonial period influence from every corner. You cannot miss this cathedral if you are near to Victoria memorial hall since both are close to each other. It has a beautiful garden which is a treat to the eyes... More
Great architecture. Beauty of a building. Offers Spiritual peace. Would recommend to go there after 3 PM.
An excellent example of a Gothic Revival 19th century Cathedral quite near the Victoria memorial. Impressively built it contains mainly memorials and other items of interest including a huge window by the British Pre-Raphaelite artist Burne-Jones. Well worth a visit.
This is another little piece of very British Calcutta. The Cathedral is set in beautiful grounds, which could do with a little more care. The stained glass windows are gorgeous, and there is a lot of history encapsulated in the sculptures inside. A sense of peace prevails...
Very well managed church of yesteryear. The lawn is beautiful, magnificent structure and clean interior. Photography is not allowed inside the church, which is a shame, as it would have been excellent photo experience for many. Good place to visit and pray.
One will like to peaceful atmosphere of the Cathedral . Spend sometime alone. The architecture of the cathedral is a mix of Gothic and Indian
As located neat the 'victoria memorial., a must visit. Reminds one of the cathedrals in London city. Clean, can sit and relax on the green lawns.
Well maintained and a nice place to meditate and reflect..especially about the colonial times. if you want absolute peace, go there in the morning...but if the intention is to laze around, pend some time inside the cathedral and then walk down to Rabindra Sadan or Birla Planeterium then go in the afternoon. Don't forget to get the cakes which are... More
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