Plymouth Cathedral, Devon

Full Dedication: Cathedral Church of St. Mary and St. Boniface
Became a Cathedral in 1858

Plymouth Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Cathedral founded in 1858 and built to the plans of J. A. Hansom.  As  fresh-built Catholic Cathedral's go it is one of the more traditional in style and is dominated by the graceful 200 ft spire.  The interior is surprisingly sparse for a Catholic Cathedral and is slightly disappointing after the attractiveness of the exterior.

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