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The Mother Church of the Archdiocese of Saint Louis, the superstructure of the Cathedral was built between 1907 and 1914. The Cathedral's 100th Anniversary is being celebrated in 2014. It is known for its' beautiful interior mosaics, which took...more
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4431 Lindell Blvd, at Newstead Ave, Saint Louis, MO 63108-2403
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This cathedral is beautiful on the inside. Spacious. The elaborate paintings and mosaic (some say the largest in the world) is breathtaking! A truly spiritual and experience to see this and attend a service!
This is an excellent example of “mosaic” as magnificent as Rome! said the late Pope Jon Paul. It’s rather impresseuve, if your into churches, this is a must. This is the only Bascillica in America. A must. There is a small gift shop and an...More
A must see for any St. Louis traveler. The mosaics are among the very best in the world without question. Equivalent or better to Ravinia Italy. The use of colored glass to create light and dark shadowing is stunning. Often in religious settings art is...More
The Cathedral Basilica rivals many European cathedrals in beauty. Built at a cost of $3 million in 1914, the walls and columns in the main sanctuary are covered in mosaics from top to bottom. Various smaller chapels, also covered in these storied mosaic tiles, line...More
The largest collection of ceramic mosaics in a Byzantine Church in the world—some 70,000 plus square feet. The murals are stunning, the chapels quiet and the history compelling. It matters not which religion you practice, this is a pilgrimage destination and if you are simply...More
This cathedral is really a hidden gem for tourists. I take all my out-of-town guests here. The interior is an unexpected explosion of beauty.
When my parents toured the Vatican some 40 years ago, their Italian tour guide told the group of mostly-European tourists that...More
It's hard to tell just how cavernous this Basilica is from the outside, but inside is a marvel to see. Even if you're not Catholic (or not even a "churchian" - I'm not), anyone can appreciate the grandeur of this work of art. Must see,...More
At night it would be more formal than a day concert. If a man I would wear nice slacks and a dress shirt possibly with or without a jacket. A lady could wear a skirt to the knee or a pants suit but, covered shoulders or with... More
At night it would be more formal than a day concert. If a man I would wear nice slacks and a dress shirt possibly with or without a jacket. A lady could wear a skirt to the knee or a pants suit but, covered shoulders or with a jacket. Basically clothes you would typically wear to a church service. No jeans.
There are a couple of free parking lots behind the Cathedral. You just need to drive around the block to get behind it. No metered street parking in this area of the city. Just don't go at Mass time or they will be... More
There are a couple of free parking lots behind the Cathedral. You just need to drive around the block to get behind it. No metered street parking in this area of the city. Just don't go at Mass time or they will be filled.