Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Cathedral of the Transfiguration

The Cathedral of the Transfiguration north of the city of Toronto is an imposing structure which for years had basically nothing around it. Now like most areas of the Greater Toronto area the urban sprawl is on it's door step.
Unfortunately I have not had the privilege of seeing it from the inside.

8 comments:

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Hi Ken, I know exactly where this cathedral is! Just south of Gormley. ;-)

I'm orth of you in East Gwillimbury.

AraratDailyPhoto said...

It looks so Russian!

Jilly said...

Beautiful cathedral. Just love it. Nice photo.

FĂ©nix - Bostonscapes said...

Hello, Ken.

You've taken a beautiful photo of that delightful cathedral. A few days ago I featured a Byzantine Rite Roman Catholic cathedral (Melkite), quite different from the one you are showing today.

Thanks for providing the Wiki link. BTW, has "Cathedraltown" been completed? What type of development is it?

Cheers!

Small City Scenes said...

Beautiful Church. I have a blog, Holy Houses--www.holyhouses-day4plus.blogspot.com and I was wondering if I could use your photo for that blog? Let me know. MB

Ken said...

If you go to cathedraltown.com/the_town.htm it will show the development that is being constructed.

Ben Wideman said...

The Aladdin church was what we always referred to this building as.

Great shot!

Jana said...

Beautiful photo!