St Anne's Cathedral

Interesting
The building of this impressive Anglican cathedral stretched over more than a hundred years (1899 to 1981) which explains the variety of architectural styles. The sober interior has a military chapel devoted to the memory of Irish soldiers killed in combat and an ecumenical chapel devoted to Christian reconciliation. You will also notice the allusions to freemasonry which are comprised in the links that the Anglican Church maintains with this institution.

Useful information

Address : 

Donegall Street

Opening hours

(daily except Sun 10am-4pm - masses at 10am, 11am and 3.30pm - donation recommended)

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