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Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity

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Among Bermuda's grandest buildings, the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity has been a skyline beacon of the country's capital since the 19th century. The original "Bermuda Cathedral," as this Anglican house of worship is often called, burned down in 1884; the current Gothic Revival stunner was constructed--mostly of local limestone--between the late 1880s and early 1910s.

Whatever your spiritual leanings, the cathedral's magnificent to behold--and if you climb up its tower, you'll be treated to a sublime view over Hamilton.

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