Sunday, 14 December 2014

Redfern, St. Saviour’s Anglican Church

St. Saviour’s Anglican Church is located along Young Street, in the inner city suburb of Redfern. This heritage listed church was designed by Cyril and Arthur Blacket and built in 1885 in the Victorian Romanesque architectural style.

22 comments:

  1. That neo- Romanesque architectural style is perfect for churches! It looks grand.

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  2. A well taken angle, I never new there was such a style but I like it.

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  3. The intricate brick work is outstanding. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  4. I love this church as well as your photograph of it. It must have been the golden light of late afternoon.

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    1. It certainly was, Jack. In fact, late yesterday afternoon.

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  5. What a pretty building. I love the angle and lighting.

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  6. hey Jim, i enjoy the angle of this shot. have a great weekend. take care. ( :

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  7. beautiful church similar to european ones

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  8. I love finding older churches like that. The beautiful architecture with the warm color of brick makes it striking.
    :-)
    Traci

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  9. That's a beautiful old church. The colors and it's long history are so rich.
    Happy Sundays In My City.

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  10. The light and shadow made the church look serene. Very nice shot, Jim.

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  11. Hello Jim!
    This is a very beautiful little church ... He has an interesting story ... Regards from far Polish ...

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