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Sacred Heart Cathedral

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Identification

Sacred Heart Cathedral
253537

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Structure in General

church
existing [completed]
neo-gothic

Facts

  • This is the largest cathedral in Australia outside of a capital city.
  • This is the last gothic style cathedral built anywhere in the world, with the building finally completed in 2003.
  • The building is made of Barrabol freestone, with Australian blackwood used to build the pews and Sicilian marble for the sanctuary walls.
  • The 21 metre stained glass window on the western wall of the cathedral was made in Birmingham.
  • There is a 3 tonne, 7 metre bronze cross at the apex of the highest spire.

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Location

66 Short Street
3550
Bendigo
Victoria
Australia

Technical Data

284.25 ft
248.29 ft
1896
1977
2003

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