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Cathedral of Virgin St Mary, Kuala Lumpur

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Consecrated in February 1895, the church in this early English Gothic-style cathedral was designed by A.C. Norman, and was elevated to the status of cathedral on September 8, 1983. This century-old building is shaped like a cruciform and can accommodate 200 worshipers. It consists of the nave, which has an open, timbered roof and the chancel, which is raised above the nave floor level, paved with tessellated tiles and lit by three stained-glass windows. The Cathedral is situated within walking distance of many interesting historical buildings and sites.