On our recent visit, we had the privilege of touring the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine.
The spire of the church is one of the most recognizable features of St Augustine’s historic district. When you look down Cathedral Street, the cathedral and the tops of the main buildings from nearby Flagler College draw your eyes toward the sky.
St Augustine Cathedral was part of the original Spanish colony but the original buildings were small and crude. The current building was constructed over five years, from 1793–1797, it is the oldest church in Florida. The interior is full of beautiful stained-glass and elaborate details. The exterior is a combination of Spanish mission and Neoclassical styles.
Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine
St. Augustine, Florida
Featured Image: Nikon D7100
Sirui P-204S Monopod
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