Friday, July 9, 2010


st_helena_cathedral_and_school_1950s This picture was taken from a postcard made in the 1950’s of this beautiful cathedral.

The cathedral is patterned after the Votivkirche in Vienna. The twin spires are 230 feet high. The South Tower was almost destroyed in the 1935 earthquake that hit the Helena area.

This is definitely a must see if you ever get to this area. It is so beautiful on the inside.

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