Great place to visit. Awesomely built place. very well maintained. Must visit for everyone. Right inside the fort area
The Church is something you would expect to find in the Home Counties of the UK. It's familiar and proportioned well in 19C Gothic style but that misses the sense of space, the sense of time you feel when you walk around. Look at the stained glass windows made in the 19C in Brewer Street, London or the decorations on... More
Looking at this wonderful building ,makes you think of the struggles that the settlers had moving from England !!The building is typically Anglican in style ,and is still in use as a place of worship,to a small congregation . The grave yard is full of interesting headstones
Locates a block from our hotel. I took morning stroll around the Fort in a quiet moment. Came by, but the gate was locked. Brought the family at a later point and saw there were worshippers that Sunday. Walked through when the service was over. It's opened to visitors. The ground is filled with old tombstone. The children were interested... More
It is always fascinating to view a church which could be situated in England in the middle of a tropical country! A brick edifice with interesting history displayed by it's plaques and tombstones.
Well worth a visit; helpful and considerate guides who ask only a small contribution for your visit. Again it is fascinating to see the grave stones of the early Anglican settlers and try and understand how it felt to be months from home in a different world,
The Church was built in 1871 and doesnt seems to be receiving as much attention and care as the Dutch Reformed Church next door! When driving in to Galle from the Southern Highway you feel a sense of antiquity when you see the clock tower and the pink roof of this church among other known structures looming out in the... More
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