In Newry, there is a beautiful Catholic cathedral called “Newry Cathedral Parish”. Rather imposing, you will easily find it in the heart of its city centre. Its architecture is worth the detour and is the pride of the city’s inhabitants!
Built in 1829 by Thomas Duff on Hill Street, the construction of this beautiful cathedral cost the astronomical sum of more than 8,000 pounds!
Constructed of local granite, the monument is as impressive as the beauty of its stained glass windows.the monument was built on a classic Latin cross plan, with a main bell tower.
The style is deeply gothic, with many buds and sculptures on the towers and roof.
Of course you can visit the interior, although if possible you are asked to make a small donation in exchange for permission to take pictures.