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St. George's Cathedral

stained glass
The Dome
front of church

First built between 1825 and 1838, then enlarged between 1838 and 1840, St. George's Cathedral is an examples of both Georgian and Neoclassical architecture.  Featuring stunning stained glass windows, Tuscan columns, limestone masonry, and other beautiful features, be sure to add t his Cathedral to your "Must See" list.

240 King Street East, Kingston, Ontario
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