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"Church of Our Lady - Guelph" Top 5 Page for this destination Province of Ontario Things to Do Tip by kris-t

Province of Ontario Things to Do: 203 reviews and 449 photos

Arhitect Joseph Connolly, year built 1876-88.

Situated on a hill overlooking downtown Guelph, this church is the most visible and recognizable symbol of Guelph arhitetural heritage.

Although not a cafedral, it has many elements of traditional European cathedrals. Some of theexterior stone carving are thought to be the work of well-known Guelph artisan Matthew Bell.

This church illustrates the Gothic Revival style in its rose windows, the twin towered facade and polygonal apse.

Address: 28 Norfolk St., Guelph, Ontario
Directions: enter off Dublin street at Cork
Phone: 519-824-3951
Website: http://www.churchofourlady.com

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  • Written Nov 13, 2011
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