Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception

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This historic Roman Catholic church dates back to Saint Lucia's days as a French colonial territory. It is a clear testament to the island's history and heritage. Originally built in 1767, the church has seen many structural add-ons over the years, which have resulted in this 200-foot (60 meters) landmark being the largest cathedral in the entire Caribbean. It was even granted the honorary status of minor basilica in 1999. The church is open from dawn to dusk, and visitors are welcome to simply wander around to appreciate the architecture or attend a mass.

Location:  Peynier Street & Micoud Street, Derek Walcott Square

Business hours:  Mo-Su 12:00 a.m.-12:00 a.m.