Photographer's Note

Located in the Arts District of downtown Dallas, the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe Shrine is the central church of the Diocese of Dallas.

The Cathedral is one of a handful of original Dallas buildings that dates to the Nineteenth Century, making it a rare historic gem in an ultramodern city. It provides a glimpse of the city’s glorious past and represents a spiritual bridge to the future.

Designed by renowned architect Nicholas J. Clayton, the Cathedral was dedicated in 1902. Today, the Cathedral is one of the finest remaining examples of High Victorian Gothic Architecture in Dallas, and the last remaining example of Clayton’s work in the city.

This is a 180 degree view, stitched from 16 images.

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