Beira Cathedral

Beira Cathedral

Beira Cathedral
3.5
Churches & Cathedrals

3.5
18 reviews
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Roelof V
Johannesburg, South Africa28 contributions
Mar 2017
On business trip not much time to spent there but very nice and so much to do in Beira with a town in the development phase.
Written 4 December 2017
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RAMESHCHANDRAN V
Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya128 contributions
Apr 2017 • Business
Beira Cathedral on Avinida Eduardo Mondalne Beira is a Blissful Quiet place and a have a sense feeling blessed on visit there
Written 11 April 2017
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jluisdonascimento
Beira, Mozambique11 contributions
Sep 2016 • Family
I really love the picture showing the map of Africa im a small lake. However I would like to replace the picture of the "cathedral" by the correct one, as the picture shown is not correct.
The Cathedral of the city of Beira is pretty common. It is situated in one of the most interesting avenues of Beira - Av Eduardo Mondlane - as one cannot see the sky as the avenue if full of big trees.
Side by side to the cathedral there is a magnificent building - School of Arts and professions.
It is a petty that the side walks are not well kept.
Written 16 March 2017
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dmcnslt
Asheville, NC103 contributions
Sep 2015 • Business
In 2 weeks in Beira, I found virtually nothing to see or do beyond walking the endless nice beach or looking at the architecture of homes in upscale Ponta Gea neighborhood. Cathedral and Av Mondlane on which it is located, is as charming as it gets.
Written 27 October 2015
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Antonio D
22 contributions
Sep 2014 • Solo
I'm from Beira and living abroad for over 10years made me want to go back to recharge at home😄...apart from what you can see,experience and do in Beira you can explore the lovely surroundings as well..Rio Maria beach,savane,nhangau,sengo all in less then an hour driving from Beira...alternatively you can go to gorongosa national park or heading to the lovely and inhabited beaches of the North or the beautiful but busy beaches of the South...Mozambique is very rich and vast in culture,so be humble at how you look at things😊unfortunately corruption and low salaries still a problem so expect to give $5 to the traffic police time to time😀(sadly).....
Written 20 August 2015
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Fox918
Zimbabwe9 contributions
Aug 2014
An ageing cathedral but with committed parishioners always making sure the place has some warmness and is maintained and kept adorable.Full of reverence.
Written 8 July 2015
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António J C
Portugal - ST152 contributions
Apr 2011
Beautifull building of 60's. It is rebuildind and good. Near there is the artfacts school and front the sports pavillion. You need to visit. It has a little but beautifull garden in front. There was where my brother had his catholic baptism
Written 20 January 2012
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Raymond W
Townsville, Australia4,557 contributions
Nov 2010
Apparently the stones for this century-old church were recycled from a fort- across the bay in Sofala- which was being undermined by the sea. Despite these dubious beginnings, it is a solid and substantial structure today, and one of the few historic buildings in Beira which came through the the civil war in reasonable condition. Centrally located, it is a worthwhile stop for any traveller passing through Beira.
Written 28 September 2011
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Raymond W
Townsville, Australia4,557 contributions
Nov 2010 • Couples
Formerly, one of the most beautiful cities in Southern Africa, and the favorite holiday getaway of tourists from landlocked Zimbabwe, Beira has since fallen on very hard times. Its luxurious beach-side hotels are now inhabited by squatters and many of the old apartment blocks have been gutted. One of the few older buildings to have come through the war unscathed, Beira Cathedral is worth a look. The most interesting thing about this church is that the stones were recycled from a fort across the bay in Sofala- a former port reclaimed by the sea.
Written 28 September 2011
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