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  St. Mary's Cathedral
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St. Mary's Cathedral is one of the notable and historic Sydney churches, a Sydney landmark and also the mother church of Australian Catholicism.
An imposing stone structure of decorated geometrical Gothic design, with twin towers above its main southern entrance, rises along the northeastern side of Hyde Park in the heart of Sydney. St Mary's Cathedral, whose foundation stone was laid by Archbishop Bede Polding in 1868, rises from the site of the first Sydney cathedral built earlier in the century but which had gone up in flames in 1865.

Address: St Mary's Cathedral St Mary's Road Sydney NSW 2000
Directions: Lies in an area bounded by Hyde Park and the underground St James station in the west, government buildings in the north, The Domain in the northeast and east, and Cathedral Rd and Phillip Park in the south. Sydney Explorer bus stop no. 7
Phone: (02) 9220 0400
Website: http://www.stmaryscathedral.org.au/contact-us.html

Review Helpfulness: 4.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Apr 25, 2004
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