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The bricks are massive. They are light brown and they weigh more than normal bricks.
The entrance is royal, with two red doors, above there is a cross and a stained-glass window.
They have 4 pillars.
I enjoyed watching this basilica. It was very pretty....More
Frequent choir performances are a must.The Basilica-a church granted this status by the pope- is dignified and beautiful.Mass in Latin,English and Italian.A quiet place to contemplate for Catholics and non Catholics.
St Patrick’s Basilica in Fremantle is a stunning building with a lot of history attached. It’s surrounded by other beautiful historic buildings including the Old Boys School across the road, and the Proclamation Tree is only a few metres away.
You can’t help by being...More
St Patrick's Basilica is the largest and most beautiful church in Fremantle, just opposite Princess May Park where the old Boys School building stands.
The church has very much become the hub for the many Italian who live and work in Fremantle and it is...More
The Basilica is a building of limestone construction in 14th century Gothic style, with flying buttresses flanking the west front and a traceried window of eight lights. The building was designed by Michael Francis Cavanagh and the foundation stone was laid on St Patrick’s Day,...More
With elements of gothic style this minor basilica (only 1 of 5 in Australia) will give you a feel of many Italian churches.
Constructed from local limestone which is so historical West Australian architecture plus an impressive organ
Whether or not your are religious, the St Patrick's Basilica is worth a visit. The history of the Basilica is well documented, and the building offers peace and solitude. The interior is worth viewing from a visitors perspective.