Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King in Hamilton, Canada

If you admire Gothic architecture, you will thoroughly enjoy the Cathedral Basilica of Christ the King. The minor basilica of the Diocese of Hamilton was constructed in 1933. Inside the belfry of the 165 foot tower are 23 bells. The biggest is the Bourdon Bell at 4.5 tons. The interior of the Roman Catholic church is even more stunning. The 13th century Gothic design features limestone columns, a marble floor, 82 stained glass windows, an organ with about 5,000 pipes and a vaulted ceiling above the nave.


714 King St W, Hamilton, ON L8P 1C7, Canada


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