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There is a highly ornate street facade to this church, yet the other 3 exterior walls remain... read more

Reviewed 26 June 2016
Jilldutoit
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Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Interesting and very detailed architecture

Very interesting looking building from outside. (We didn't go inside to take a look because it was... read more

Reviewed 30 March 2016
NickyVR1
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Cape Town Central, South Africa
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Reviewed 31 March 2017

I went here purely out of curiosity. The building itself is typical of the mid 19th century architecture in designing churches. It has the high peaks on either side and the rectangular shape that is a theme throughout this era. its a pity the outside...More

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Reviewed 26 June 2016

There is a highly ornate street facade to this church, yet the other 3 exterior walls remain unadorned, but the exposed stone work is beautiful. What immediately struck me on entering the church is that the original family pews have been retained, each with its...More

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Reviewed 30 March 2016

Very interesting looking building from outside. (We didn't go inside to take a look because it was closed). But well worth the visit and photo taking opportunity...

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Reviewed 30 August 2012

The foundation stone for this church was laid in 1845 and the original pew boxes are still in use. The benches in the gallery were very interesting with names of boys from Kingswood College carved into them over more than a hundred years. In 1878...More

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