St. Mary's Basilica, Halifax

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St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica is a Gothic Revival Catholic cathedral located in the downtown core of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. It is the cathedral church of the Archdiocese of Halifax and is the largest Catholic church in the Archdiocese. Consecrated on October 19, 1899, it was made a basilica in 1950 by Pope Pius XII. The St. Mary's Cathedral Basilica boasts the tallest granite spire in North America.
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  • Beautiful church mid 18 century Catholic Materpiece. Still well maintained. The Altar, cieling and stained glass work all beautiful and worth starring. Walk thr grounds and admire how they built it... 
    Beautiful church mid 18 century Catholic Materpiece. Still well maintained. The Altar, cieling and stained glass work all beautiful and worth starring. Walk thr grounds and admire how they built it...  more »
  • During our “10-Day Canada and New England” cruise aboard Caribbean Princess ship, we visited St. Mary’s Basilica in Halifax, a National Historic Site of Canada. From outside the basilica, its Gothic.....  more
    During our “10-Day Canada and New England” cruise aboard Caribbean Princess ship, we visited St. Mary’s Basilica in Halifax, a National Historic Site of Canada. From outside the basilica, its Gothic.....  more »

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