Single Shot #37
St Andrew’s Cathedral is the oldest Anglican Church in Singapore. The Cathedral replaced the Church of St Andrew which was considered unsafe after being struck twice by lightning. The Cathedral was designed by Lt Col Ronald MacPherson in 1856 and was gazetted as a National Monument in 1973.
The cathedral replaced the Church of St Andrew which was considered unsafe after being struck twice by lightning. Christians still gather in the building, which is situated in the CBD and part of the Civic District. You will also find the serene grounds of the Cathedral an oasis of piece and quiet in the busy city centre.
Photo Technical Data:
Canon 6D, EF 24 – 105mm, f/5.6, 0.5 sec, ISO 800