St Eugene’s Cathedral in Northern Ireland is the seat of the Bishop of Derry. It’s a commanding building which you can see from around the city, and sits close to the Bogside area, famous for its political murals.
A visit on a Saturday afternoon saw the building empty and hushed. The bright but chilly weather threw beautiful light through the magnificent stained glass and other windows. It was a pleasure to be able to walk around and leisure and take numerous photographs. It’s a place that I recommend visiting if you ever find yourself in Derry.
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