Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

Cathedral of the Holy Trinity

Seat of the Anglican Church in Quebec City, the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity was the first Anglican cathedral to be built outside of the British Isles. Sitting in the middle of a green oasis in the heart of the Old City, the church has an austere exterior and simple interior, inspired by British architecture. A set of eight change-ringing bells, built in London by the same foundry that cast Big Ben, is said to be the oldest in Canada.

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