In 1999, Anglicans in Trinidad and Tobago celebrated the 175th anniversary of one of the country's oldest landmarks. After the original building was destroyed in a fire in 1908, the church was rebuilt in its present location with help from the British Government. The foundation stone was laid on Trinity Sunday in 1916 and the church, magnificently reflects Georgian and Gothic architecture, and was consecrated on May 25, 1923. The Trinity Cathedral has recently been restored to its original majesty.
Attractions & Landmarks, Religious
- Nearest Train: City Gate (Port of Spain-maxi-taxi); Hart St(taxi)