St Patricks Roman Catholic Cathedral: Cathedral Place, EAST MELBOURNE
Building ProfileName : St Patricks Roman Catholic Cathedral
LocationAddress: Cathedral Place
City: EAST MELBOURNE
St Patricks Roman Catholic Cathedral is a landmark
Construction DetailsBuilt: 1858 - 1937
Original use: Church/Cathedral
Current use: Church/Cathedral
(to roof) : 105
(to pinnacle) : 105
Built in the Victorian period in the Neo-Gothic style
One of the worlds largest gothic revival churches and the finest works of celebrated English born architect William Wardell. A richly ornate triple spired French Gothic composition with Notre Dame like qualities. Built from local bluestone, this dark texture adds to the dramatically dark and brooding style of the cathedral. An absolutely massive central spire.
HistoryArchitect: William Wardell
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