- The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands but seeing with new eyes. Marcel Proust
Visit the St. Anne's Cathedral
Designed by architect Sir Thomas Drew and begun in 1898, St. Anne's Cathedral is the main church of the (Anglican) Church of Ireland. It was built in neo-Romanesque style of the basilican type and has three west doorways adorned with sculpture. The baptismal chapel features an exquisite mosaic ceiling. Further points of interest are the carved stonework, many fine stained glass windows, marble tiles on the floor and walls, and delicate woodwork. In the chapel you'll find the tomb of Sir Edward Carson (died 1935), leader of the Ulster Unionists.