Finally a look at the completed Cathedral after fine renovations. The modern interior seems to be incorporated within the walls of the old cathedral - and it works beautifully. The extensive use windows both at the top and bottom of walls adds such lightness and together with the use of light timber and light metal fixtures adds a freshness to the whole area. The idea of having the alter in the middle of the room must give the parishioners a feeling of being a fully integral part of of the services. The font area has a small pool of water at its base. The tall stained glass windows, truly modern with a mosaic affect of glass on glass. So different from the times when my great, great grandparents wed there in 1846. Well worth a visit if you are in the area or combined with a visit to the Old Government House, nearby.
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