Abandoned Cathederal

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UploadedFebruary 24, 2010
TakenFebruary 21, 2010
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XS
Exposure1/320 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
ISO400
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Cathedral of the Transfiguration, the largest Slovakian Catholic cathedral in Canada, and the only church in North America to have been consecrated by the late Pope John Paul II. It is located on Woodbine Avenue, north of Major Mackenzie Dr in Markham, Ontario and has been abandoned due to lack of funding

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  • Andrew Schuch

    Andrew Schuch said (24 Feb 2010):

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cathedral_of_the_Transfiguration

    I took this photo because growing up in the Town of Markham and watching this church be built and become a landmark, who's gold domes sparkleing in the sun, can been seen from miles away. To truly appriciate its beauty and artwork you have to see it up close. It has been closed since 2006 and the beautiful artwork inside has unfortunatly not been seen since.

  • Dennis Burlingham

    Dennis Burlingham (Deleted) gave props (27 Feb 2010):

    I hate to see beautiful buildings decay. I hope someone steps in and saves this one.

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