Tuesday, September 25, 2018

St. James Cathedral Stained Glass

The old church on King Street East is architecturally magnificent with its high spire holding a bunch of bells but inside with the sun shining, the scenes in the windows come to life. The windows tell stories in beautiful colours while bringing in light to the cathedral.

St James sits at the corner of Church Street and King Street in downtown Toronto. The current structure replaced previous churches, many destroyed by fire, with construction starting in 1850 and the final portion of the spire, some 305 feet tall, finished in the 1870s.

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