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Mary Queen of the World Cathedral – Downtown Montréal (Part 2)
Happy New Year fellow door lovers!
In case you were away and missed last week’s post, I started by showing you the exterior of one of downtown Montreal’s grand Catholic cathedrals: Mary, Queen of the World.
This week we’ll take a look at the inside.
In researching further I discovered that Mary, Queen of the World is the third largest church in the entire province of Québec.
When I was there a few weeks ago the altar was wonderfully decorated for the holidays.
I had to capture this nice little two-for-one door shot
And this lovely glass door to a side chapel
Here’s a better look at up at the dome
Looking back towards the great organ
One of the more morbid ones – the doors to the crypt
Oh the details…
A side entrance door
I threw this one in just in case anyone had anything they wanted to fess up about 😉
As always I thank you for looking 🙂
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