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Facade of the St Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral
St Paul's Anglican Pro-Cathedral

St Paul's Anglican Cathedral was built by William Scamp in 1842, its belfry competing in height with its neighbour, the Carmelite church, but not quite matching it (60 m).

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This Anglican church was built on orders of Queen Adelaide, wife of King William IV (King of Great Britain 1830 - 1837). Her full name was Adelheid Luise Therese Caroline Amalie, daughter of George I, Duke of Saxen-Meiningen and of Louise Hohenlohe-Langenburg, both of Germany.
Holy Mass
Mondays to Friday
Prayer - 9:00
Monday Mass
Sunday Mass
The Cathedral is open daily from 8:30 to 12:30 and some afternoons as quiet place for prayer and contemplation.
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Sketch / drawing below: The laying of the first stone on March 20, 1838. In the background remains of Auberge d'Allemagne.

Photo below: The tower is prominent, seen from the harbour.

Below, Facsimile copies: plans and sketches of the cathedral by William Scamp - 1839

Below Painting: Queen ADELAIDE visit during the winter 1838- 1839

Photo below: The Cathedral from the air.

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