St. George's Cathedral is the Cathedral Church of the Church of South India, Diocese of Madras. The Cathedral is placed in the heart of the city and is a majestic building with the tower reaching the skies high as if catching up with proximity to God in prayer for the the whole world. The parishioners worshipping at the Cathedral is a lively community of believers from all over India as well as many from different parts of the world. Anyone visiting the Cathedral will be fascinated by its majesty and spirituality. Built in 1815, this outstanding piece of architecture showcases a towering 45 m spire and ironic columns. Most notable feature of the Cathedral is the graveyard located nearby to it with its guide rail made up of war symbols such as bayonets and muskets.
St. George's Cathedral, Chennai built in 1815 has a towering 45m spire and lonic columns. There is an ancient graveyard nearby and a number of interesting sculptures inside the Church itself.