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Wednesday, April 9, 2008


Looking up at the steeple of one of the oldest churches in the Indian Sub Continent. The steeple is widely believed to be also the tallest a church has in the region. Built by Lt J.Hartley Maxwell of the British Bengal Engineers on 1st March 1852, The Holy Trinity Cathedral is beautiful with a lot of history, inside there are numerous plaques dedicated to the various British casualties during the the war of independence and the rest of the British Raj. Located at Sialkot a small industrial city 2 hours from Lahore.


babooshka said...

Ilke this kind of photo,looking up at buliding, the angles. Something else learnt again today by your post.

brian said...

it's a beautiful building, and in great shape for it's age.... love the angle too!

Hira said...

Looks pretty well-preserved. Thanks for the bit of history.