CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF ST ANDREW

London

Cathedral Church of St Andrew, London

This was originally a Victorian period church dedicated to St. Barnabas and operated by the Church of England. It became a Greek Orthodox Church in the early 1960s and then a Cathedral in 1970.

Externally it still appears much as it did when an Anglican church, internally it has been decked out in all the trappings of Orthodoxy.

Photos - Andrew J. Müller

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