The biggest thing in comparison for an Australian is Uluru. The cathedral, as are most cathedrals, is BIG. I loved being away from the crowd but still surrounded by such wonderful cultural and historical relics from hundred or thousands of years past. In many other countries, these relics would be safeguarded beyond the ability to sit and be alone with it; you would have to fight crowds... it would cost a lot of money... etc. We had this place to ourselves a lot, with artwork and wonder all around us. If you don't go to the Cathedral you have missed something very big. We know nothing of this sort of Anglo historic value, Australian architecture is less than 250 years old. Aboriginal antiquities notwithstanding.
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