This is a beautiful building, worth a stop. The stained glass, the painting... lovely. I came with a friend and it was great.
About Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
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Originally built in 1870s, though destroyed by a fire 22 years later. It was completely rebuilt using the original design. Gorgeous Catholic cathedral Be respectful, do not visit during scheduled mass times, cells volume down and hats off. Worth walking and admiring!
It was suggested we go into the church because the inside was breathtaking. It reminded me of the historic church I went to as a child. The stained glass windows were shimmering with the sunlight coming through. Upon entering there is a large marble holy...More
This cathedral is overwhelmingly opulent inside. The stained glass is everywhere and absolutely gorgeous. Not to mention the murals and statuary. I am not Catholic and it felt a little irreverent gawking and taking pictures inside a church but they allow visitors and it is...More
Got a lot of information on the cathedral but did not get in because it was so hot, our guide on the On Off Trolley was so good about the dates and the marble on the altar was from Italy.
This is a must see for those who enjoy architecture. the outside is very ornate, but inside has beautiful stain glass, painted ceiling, statues of the various religious figures. It is a good place to come for a break from the day and sit in...More
Visited this very beautiful Cathedral while visiting Savannah. It is worth your while to see it. Reminds me of the Cathedrals in France, breathtaking!!!