Bradford Cathedral (Bradford) Reviews
Description:Address: Captain Street / Bradford / West Yorkshire / England
Newest Review: ... are several wooden benches in this garden and I would imagine that many people come here simply to chill out. There was no graffiti, everything was very neat and tidy and it was very peaceful and tranquil. At first I thought that the doors to the Cathedral were locked as I pushed the large wooden doors in front of me but then I saw a sign pointing towards the main entrance and realised that ... more
Customer Bradford Cathedral (Bradford) Reviews (1)
by - written on 30/11/08 (Very useful, 302 readings)
On the 7th November 2008 the Al Mahdi Mosque was officially opened in the centre of Bradford. It's a sign of the changing times and reaffirms the fact that Bradford is a multi cultural city with a huge Muslim population. This Mosque is a magnificent building, clearly visible from afar, standing like a palace against the skyline. I happened by chance to be in Bradford on the date of the Mosque's inauguration but by a rather spooky coincidence I was actually in Bradford to see a much older place of worship - its Anglican Cathedral. To begin with I had quite a bit of trouble locating the Cathedral. I knew that there was one and I knew that it was fairly central ... Read the complete review
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