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Saint Paul's Church was founded in the 17th Century and still holds services on Wednesdays and Sundays. Architectural plans for the church follow those of Saint Peter's in London, and the original timbers from Boston are still intact. Visitors are welcome to view the church Monday through Friday all year round. Tours can be arranged during the summer, except on Sundays.
The second church constructed on this piece of land, Saint Mary's Cathedral Basilica was built in 1820, and its Gothic Revival façade invites a close look. Attend services or simply stop by for a visit, the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Canada still celebrates daily mass. The church is quite fascinating to look at from the outside with a pure granite façade, and inside you will find a museum where you can learn about Saint Mary's grand history. The church has been given the designation of a National Heritage Site by the Canadian government and there is a tour guide on site to take you through it.
Located in the bustling city center, this church is a spiritual oasis. The cornerstone for the imposing Cathedral Church Of All Saints was laid in the 19th Century, but the architecture is amazing and even after many years it still remains quite beautiful. There are numerous stained glass windows, oak carvings and other artifacts to examine. Tours are self-guided, but there's someone on site to answer questions. Cathedral Church Of All Saints is surely one of the must-visit landmarks of the city.
St. George's Round Church forms a popular attraction in the city of Halifax. The church has been at its current location since the early 18th Century and since 1983 it has been bestowed with the honor of being a National Historic Site. The architecture of the church is reminiscent of the Palladian, thus quite peculiar. But the church is known not only for its unique architecture, as it also has series of cultural and music events occupying its calendar throughout the year. While on an excursion through the city, do not leave out this gem.