- A unique Roman Catholic church
- Built almost entirely of brick
- Mass and tours are scheduled daily
Westminster Cathedral is the seat of power for the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales—although to look at its striking design, you might think it is in Spain or Italy.
Built almost entirely of brick, without steel reinforcements, this stunning, red brick, neo-Byzantine cathedral is at once very modern, and of its time when it was opened in 1903. Mass is held daily, and tours are available for tourists.
It’s often confused with Westminster Abbey, which is an Anglican church.
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