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An image of St Paul’s Cathedral, located at the intersection of Flinders Street and Swanston Street in central Melbourne. St Paul’s is the official Cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Melbourne. It was built in a Victorian Gothic style to the…

A close-up of one of the ornately decorated neo-gothic spires at St Paul’s Cathedral in Melbourne. Construction of the spires began in 1926. This was thirty years after the initial building had been completed, and consequently they are slightly…

St. Andrew's Uniting Church in Campbell Town, Tasmania, was built in 1847 as a Presbyterian Church. It is in the Victorian Gothic Revival style complete with an iron gabled roof, castellated parapet, clock mouldings, lancet windows, and a square…

St. Andrew's Uniting Church in Campbell Town, Tasmania, was built in 1847 as a Presbyterian Church. It is in the Victorian Gothic Revival style complete with an iron gabled roof, castellated parapet, clock mouldings, lancet windows, and a square…

A view of the neo-romanesque apse at Christ Church, North Adelaide. An apse is an octagonal or semi-circular domed recess that protrudes from the Eastern wall of a church. They were popular additions to transepts in medieval Romanesque architecture.…

A view of the neo-romanesque apse at Christ Church, North Adelaide. An apse is an octagonal or semi-circular domed recess that protrudes from the Eastern wall of a church. They were popular additions to transepts in medieval Romanesque architecture.…

A view of the neo-romanesque apse at Christ Church, North Adelaide. An apse is an octagonal or semi-circular domed recess that protrudes from the Eastern wall of a church. They were popular additions to transepts in medieval Romanesque architecture.…

A view of Christ Church Anglican Church in North Adelaide, South Australia. The foundation stone was laid by Dr Augustus Short, the Bishop of Adelaide, in 1848 and the church, which originally consisted of only the choir and the transept, was…