St Barnabas Chapel: "No rival in that hemisphere"
St Barnabas chapel on Norfolk Island, Australia, completed between 1880 and 1910, is an aggregate of architectural planning, structural detail, and interior ornamentation. Incorporating the Arts and Crafts philosophy of the unity of the arts, the cruciform chapel designed in the 1870s was built in memory of the first Anglican Bishop of Melanesia, John Coleridge Patteson, who was killed on the island of Nupaku near then Santa Cruz in 1871 after being mistaken for a black-birder in search of...[Show more]
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