Built at the same time as the current structure of the Anglican church -- in the mid-1800s -- the cathedral is a grand Gothic Revival building dominating its portion of the town. It stands on a hill and is reached via stone stairs. Outside it's gray and hulking, but inside is another story, as vividly painted mosaics bathe it in color. Unfortunately, a renovation in the 1980s added some modern touches that stand out starkly against its otherwise perfect 19th-century authenticity.