St. John's Cathedral
St. John's Cathedral Review
A peaceful gap in the skyscrapers—on Garden Road and up from Queen's Road Central—accommodates the graceful Gothic form of this Anglican church. Completed in 1849, the cathedral is made of Canton bricks in the shape of a cross. The doors are made from timber salvaged from the World War II-era British warship HMS Tamar.
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