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This was an enjoyable stop to see another historical, gothic church with some impressive coastal views as you are over 1000 feet above sea level. The cemetery that is on the side & back of church amazes one to see how old some of the...More
On the east coast, high on a hills with great views of the Atlantic ocean. Church was established in the 1600's. Beautiful inside. Take a walk through the cemetery, with family crypts dating back to 1678.
The views here are some of the best on the island. We spent about a hour here and took alot of pictures. The grave yard has alot of thing to read about. The church is very old and needs some repairs. There is a small...More
Visited this church while touring the north and north/east of the island with a guide. It is a lovely church having been rebuilt after a fire and they have beautiful flower arrangements in the porch and inside. The gardens are gorgeous and well worth looking...More
Although I wouldn't travel all the way to Barbados just to see this, it was very interesting and had some nice views of the coast. The church was impressive and the woodwork was nice, considering the church is always open to the elements.
The views from the cemetery are great. I was there in Feb. 2011. I hired a cab for half a day and explored the island.(I have a thing for church's and stained glass.) The original church was built in the 1600's but was destroyed in...More
A Really classic Gothic church on a cliff overlooking the picturesque East Coast. Built in 1836 to replace the previous church that had been destroyed by a hurricane, St. John's boasts a fantastic view of the island as well as a churchyard in which rests...More