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it was yet another beautiful building.i just love old buildings and we took pictures and enjoyed walking past it.we just decided to walk from battery point to salamanca and the dock area ourselves.we some amazing buildings on the way which were historical
This is a classical architectural building that looks so grand that it is worth a visit just to see it from the outside and admire its own beauty
It is one of the older buildings around when the area is not that old itself
After breakfast in Salamanca Square, I walked up to Battery Point - my second trip here as I just adore the old houses etc.
I happened upon this lovely looking Anglican Church which was closed unfortunately.
Worth dropping in to see this old church if you are in Battery Point. The day we visited, the door to the little museum was locked and we could only peer into the church through a glass partition. Would suggest you check the times for...More
This is one of the earliest churches in Hobart. Worth a visit whilst touring Battery Point as it is at the highest point. Wonderful architecture and very interesting inside with enclosed pews. Has wheel chair access. Recommend dropping in and looking at the interior. Worth...More
This church is unusual! It is built with two huge Corinthian pillars out the front. The interior reminds me of a Masonic lodge. You can view the bell tower from all over Hobart especially as it is lite up at night.
Well worth a view...More
This one of the earliest churches in Hobart, in the lovely Battery Point area so it is surrounded by beautiful old houses, interesting residential streets, and views of the water. It is a functioning Anglican church, so services are held frequently. Take a look inside...More