Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, Gibraltar

The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is the cathedral for the Church of England Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe. Located in Cathedral Square, it is sometimes referred to simply as Gibraltar Cathedral, although it should not be confused with the Cathedral of St.

Mary the Crowned, which is Gibraltar's Roman Catholic cathedral. The cathedral is particularly notable for its Moorish revival architecture, particularly in its use of horseshoe arches. This is an architectural style inspired by Moorish architecture, appropriate given the period of Moorish control in Gibraltar's history.



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Gibraltar Catholic Youth Gibraltar Catholic Youth
Catholic Community Centre
Gibraltar, GX111AA

This page is about being young and being Catholic in Gibraltar. Your one stop shop for news and events organised by this very active branch of our Diocese.

Great Synagogue, Gibraltar Great Synagogue, Gibraltar
47/49 Engineer Lane
Gibraltar, UNKNOWN

Bush ART Bush ART

Art Exhibition. "For the Glory of God" by Wanda with poems by Janet Pardo.

Mary Ward - Gibraltar Group Mary Ward - Gibraltar Group
C/o Shrine Of Our Lady Of Europe, Europa Road, Gibraltar