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Perfectly located at the corner of a tri-junction, the church is very beautiful with a green hilly background. The inside as usual, looks peaceful, calm & religious. A must visit, preferably in the morning hours during the prayer time. It would definitely add some good...More
We were brought to this church as part of our tour of the area. It has a cool calm interior. It's special feature is the stained glass windows, which are good.
There's a cemetery around the back which seemed to have mainly military graves.
Visited this ancient church from early 19th century. It is still a functional church but it is open to all. Very calm and peaceful. A stroll around its backyard, where the cemetery is, gives you an insight to ooty’s British era.
Built in 1829 in a Gothic style by Stephen Lushington - the then governor of Madras, this is the oldest church in the Nilgiris. Its huge wooden beams were hauled by elephants from the palace of Tipu Sultan. Visit this immaculate church on a sunny morning...More