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St. Emmanual Cathedral

Corner Cathedral Lane and Queen Street, Durban 2004, South Africa
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Emmanuel Cathedral Tucked in the city

The Roman Catholic Emmanuel Cathedral is an incredibly beautiful building, designed by South... read more

Reviewed 11 July 2017
Lisa C
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KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
Great Cathedral.

This is a lovely church and the inside has one of the best stations of the cross.This Catheral is... read more

Reviewed 16 December 2016
sandra p
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11 Jul 2017
“Emmanuel Cathedral Tucked in the city”
15 Dec 2016
“Great Cathedral.”
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Corner Cathedral Lane and Queen Street, Durban 2004, South Africa
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Reviewed 11 July 2017

The Roman Catholic Emmanuel Cathedral is an incredibly beautiful building, designed by South African architect Street Wilson, its cross carved out of Carrara marble all the way from Italy, a gift from the Empress Eugenie, wife of Napoleon III of France.The cathedral was built over...More

Thank Lisa C
Reviewed 16 December 2016

This is a lovely church and the inside has one of the best stations of the cross.This Catheral is well maintained and is next to the Dennis Hurley centre.Well worth a visit for all.

Thank sandra p
Reviewed 15 December 2016

Always nice to get in for prayers when one travels it just blesses every other thing. Nice Big well looked after Roman Catholic Church

Thank Ayanda N
Reviewed 16 November 2016 via mobile

During our visit to Durban we visit this church and it is amazing. The interior has figures in stone that counts Jesus story and it is very well maintained. The back of the church worths a visit too, because it has beautiful stone work.

Thank msgoliveira
Reviewed 8 November 2016

I visited the church through my existing church.Lived in Durban all my life and being a Catholic have never visited the Cathedral.It was absolutely amazing and beautiful.

Thank Sop1975
Reviewed 14 July 2016

Attended Mass on Saturday evening. Beautiful church and very friendly people. Enjoyed the priests homily. We were invited to take the offering up. Felt very at home.

Thank Ann H
Reviewed 25 May 2016

I attended a Sunday mass on April 2nd. 2016. The English mass would be at 7:45 but I attended the 10 a.m. service mostly in IsiZulu. I was a stranger in the place so I got some stares. However, I witnessed a beautiful service and...More

Thank Eduardo F
Reviewed 12 November 2015

What a beautiful church, and under appreciated. Lovely well taken care of small grounds. Beautiful architecture. There is a walkway to the adjoining Denis Hurley Centre

Thank Lucyg444
Reviewed 7 April 2012

Good test of skill required here. Lots of trees and the river to contend with.If you like Golf you will enjoy this course. Go early as it can be very hot in March

1  Thank geoffsue186337
Reviewed 27 December 2011

Built in the heart of Durban and visited by dignitaries around the world, the cathedral is a wonderful place to visit. Note must be made of the beautiful stained glass windows depicting the "stations of the cross" donated by the Princess Eugenie of France in...More

4  Thank Shelldon_Wells
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