Sunday, 23 June 2013

Cathedral of the Transfiguration


According to Wikipedia,  the Cathedral of the Transfiguration is a Slovak Byzantine Rite Roman Catholic former cathedral located in Markham, Ontario, Canada.Work began on the Cathedral in 1984.
That year it became the first church in North America to be consecrated by a Pope, when John Paul II blessed the cornerstone during his trip to Canada.
Cathedarl is closed since 2006.

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Magnificent structure, it now stands alone in the middle of the field surrounded by a very quiet neighbourhood called "Cathedral town". I didn't see a single person around.

Cathedral's doors are locked, the exterior is slowly deteriorating. Something went terribly wrong. Very sad.

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