Anglican Cathedral, Harare

Anglican Cathedral, Harare

The Anglican Cathedral, located at the intersection of Nelson Mandela Avenue and Sam Nujoma Street, was built in 1913 by British architect Herbert Baker. The sandstone structure was built over a period of fifty years and was finished only in 1961. The cathedral features a bell tower with 10 bells, all of which were cast in London. Its somber interior, with its large, granite columns, is quite moving.

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Anglican Cathedral on Map

Sight Name: Anglican Cathedral
Sight Location: Harare, Zimbabwe (See walking tours in Harare)
Sight Type: Religious
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Walking Tours in Harare, Zimbabwe

Create Your Own Walk in Harare

Create Your Own Walk in Harare

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Harare Introduction Walking Tour

Harare Introduction Walking Tour

Harare, formerly known as Salisbury, is the capital and the largest city of Zimbabwe. Amid the severe economic crisis that has been battering Zimbabwe the last few decades, Harare remains a vibrant metropolis and the country's cultural and economic hub. Among its key attractions is the National Gallery of Zimbabwe which hosts a vast display of African contemporary art and traditional...  view more

Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.2 Km or 2.6 Miles