St. Peter's Cathedral, Likoma Island

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Admire a church in the middle of an island, surrounded by baobabs and mango trees, tropical houses, and dirt streets at St. Peter's Cathedral. Seeming almost out of place, the cathedral is made of sturdy blocks of rock and materials shipped from far away. See the stained glass windows and European architectural influences reflecting in the features of the building. You'll get a sense of the cathedral's strategic value since its construction in the colonial days of the early 20th century. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to St. Peter's Cathedral and many more Likoma Island attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Likoma Island online trip builder.
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  • St. Peter's Cathedral is surprisingly large and the guide informed us that each Sunday up to four thousand of Lipoma's residents attend the services. The Cross behind the pulpit is allegedly made...  more »
  • St Peter's Cathedral is one of Manhattans most beautiful churches. It looks as if it should be in Italy. Visitors can attend mass and enjoy the beauty of the old world architecture. It located a few.....  more »
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  • This is maybe the biggest cathedral in Malawi, which has gorgeous decoration and stained glass. Those who are interested in their worship should visit there especially when celebrating mass.
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