One of the oldest edifices in Secunderabad

Posted by chakrapani (Pennsylvania, United States) on 2 May 2008 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Located near Trimulgherry, in the Cantonment area, the All Saints Church was constructed in 1860, and is a fine example of the Gothic style. An imposing structure with a multitude of spires and turrets, a soaring tower like belfry, the church is built on an imposing scale. It was the first permanent structure of the Trimulgherry entrenchment.It also boasts of stained glass windows depicting Jesus carrying the cross to Calvary . This is also one of the two churches that Queen Elizabeth II visited in 1982.

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