Size: 22 ¾” x 15″
St John’s Cathedral is an iconic landmark and place of worship located on the riverbank of downtown Saskatoon.
Designed by the local architectural firm of Thompson, Daniel and Colthurst, it is modeled on the work of J.S. (William) Crowther of Manchester, and bears a resemblance to St. Benedict Church, Ardwick built in 1880. Its complex massing, 44.2 meter conical tower, fenestrations and diamond-patterned shingling are reflective of the Gothic Revival style, and represents the proper blend of artistic and spiritual values for ecclesiastical buildings in the Anglican tradition.
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