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Lovely visit to this beautiful, old cathedral. We enjoyed walking around the cemetery and reading all of the old head stones. We met the priest who spoke to us a bit about the cathedral's history and showed us the oldest tombstone from mid 1600's. The...More
We visited St. Michael's while on a 360 tour of the island. As a funeral director, I live for a beautiful cemetery with lots of history. This was one of the most beautiful views from this side of the island.
I have visited the Cathedral and St. John's and the one in Holetown and Codrington College. Our daughter and grandson were very amazed at the age of the churches and that they are open for visitors to walk in. I often just sit and take...More
On entering the Cathedral take time to look up at the unusual barrel vaulted roof. The arched ceiling above the altar, and with a little imagination it is not unlike an
There is a beautiful carved pulpit from mahogany wood. The small Cathedral...More
St. Michael's is a beautiful old church originally built in the 1600's. It's well worth the time to enjoy the architecture as well as explore the cemetery. Some very old stones and markers dating back to 17th and 18th centuries; the history and iconography is...More
While not the oldest church structure on the island, this beautiful old structure oozes history that dates back to the late 1600s. Check out the unique arched wood plank ceiling that mimics a boat hull and the baptismal font the dates from 1680. The old...More