Church of Our
Lady Immaculate, Guelph

April 28, 2012

In this year’s Doors Open Guelph, the most prominent landmark in city is open to visitors. This was a chance for me to take a good look at it and let my attention be directed at details I never noticed.

The Wikipedia article covers most of the information I could remember, although all guides made sure to drill home one point: it’s a church, not a cathedral. Cathedral or not, for me, it didn’t change the fact it’s an impressive sight to behold.

Part of the Guelph & Area series →

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