I'm so excited to share our wonderful 3-days trip in Savannah, Georgia. Finally I got a chance to upload all our photos and I'm in the mood of writing a blog post. To me Savannah is a city like no other. Whether you are strolling in Forsyth Park, discovering the historic squares on a horse-drawn buggy tour or venturing out to see what the locals do — Savannah is such a beautiful city. Let me take you to the oldest Roman Catholic church in Georgia.
The Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist
222 East Harris Street
Savannah, GA 31401
|This beautiful and historical Catholic Cathedral is reminiscent of European Churches|
We aren't Catholic and didn't really know anything about it, but it looks neat from the outside so we decided to go in. Self service tour is free and welcomed except during worship services.
Brief history: This French Gothic Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist is home to the oldest Roman Catholic Church in Georgia. Designed by Baldwin and Price in the 1870s, the original building was nearly destroyed by fire in 1898, but it was immediately rebuilt using the original plans.
|Looking back towards the organ pipe simply stunning!|
|Elegant Organ Pipe the details of everything are impeccable.|
|The alter and the stations of the Cross.|
|From the window glass and the teal blue colors of the ceiling, this place is exquisite.|
|The glass work and carvings are amazing.|
It's an uplifting experience! Happy we got to check it out!