Going to church, St John’s Cathedral, St John’s in Antigua
Silent Retro Sunday: Going to church, St John’s, Antigua
By Anne-Sophie Redisch|2022-01-21T14:44:11+00:0025 January 2015|Antigua and Barbuda, Silent Sunday, Travel photos|
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When I was at this church in November it was closed for restoration. It looked ready to fall down and most of the area surrounding it was tied off by ropes to keep visitors away from the building. I think you picture must be quite old — is it?
The photo is from 1995, so indeed quite old (hence the ‘retro’ in the title) 🙂
Looks pretty. wonder when it was built..these types of cut stone churches usually last for many, many years.
It was built in 1683, then rebuilt a few times through the centuries.