Beautiful spectacular Basilica You could spend hours just studying the architecture In this amazing structure It also has a huge beautiful pipe organ which has bee n move from Montreal
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Historic church 1816.Short walk from the port and shops. The bells are significant for many reasons, they are a sister chime with other landmark properties, such as the bells at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City and the Oratory St. Joseph in Montreal. The...More
This is a gorgeous basilica. Very colorful stain glass windows. Red carpet around the altar (do not walk on it, please signs).
As a quick stop on our walk to the waterfront we found it well worth your while. The church is beautiful inside and has a large variety of stained glass windows. While we are not a spiritual family everyone enjoyed seeing the beautiful architecture on...More
Very big and beautiful older church. A lot of detail, pretty Windows, and religious artifacts. I love to check these old churches out.
Attend a mass, or just pop in to see the amazing architecture. 'Feel' the peace. Spend a few minutes or sit and have some alone time. Beautiful!
Very nice Basilica . We went on Mass on Sunday. Very old Basilica with lots of charm.The paintings are very nice.
I am simply amazed with the architecture every time I step into this beautiful church. One truly feels the need to speak in hushed whispers in respect and reverence to the surroundings. From the beauty and majesty of the soaring ceilings to the grace of...More
Even if you are not a spiritual person, you cannot help but feel something, anything, when here. This is a must see when on the Island.
As a photographer St. Dunstan's Basilica is a remarkable building. From the outside, every crook and cranny has interest. The stones and carvings are intricate and beautiful, each telling a story of time and weathering history. Once you enter the doors you are swept away...More