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Castries and the North Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Directly across Laborie Street from Derek Walcott Square stands Castries's Roman Catholic cathedral, which was built in 1897. Though it appears rather somber on the outside, the interior walls are decorated with colorful murals reworked by St. Lucian artist Dunstan St. Omer just prior to Pope John Paul II's visit in 1985. This church has an active parish and is open daily for both public viewing and religious services.

Religious Building/Site/Shrine Other Attraction Free

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Micoud St.
Castries, Castries Quarter  Saint Lucia

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