St. Dunstan’s Basilica is Prince Edward Island’s only Roman Catholic cathedral and basilica. It is a stone French Gothic church first built in 1913 and then remade in 1916 after a fire had destroyed it.
It lies in the heart of Charlottetown and is amongst the city’s beautiful skyline due to its spires reaching some of the highest points in the city.
As it is a local landmark, the church attracts not only worshippers but also those who are intrigued by the town’s history and its architecture. The inside of the church consists of elegant marble floors and stained-glass windows.
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