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St Patrick's Church, Belfast

Client

St Patrick's Church

Year

Location

Belfast, Ireland

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2022

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We undertook a project to create a stunning 360°/4K/3D virtual tour of this beautiful church in Belfast city centre.  Steeped in history, the current Administrator wanted to create a virtual tour that could be viewed remotely throughout the world, and to showcase all of it's stunning features and historical points of interest, such as the high altar and priceless artwork.  

Check out the tour and gallery below.

St Peter's Cathedral, Belfast

Client

St Peter's Cathedral

Year

2022

Location

Belfast, Ireland

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Saint Peter's Cathedral, Belfast is the Catholic cathedral church for the Diocese of Down and Connor, and is therefore the episcopal seat of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Down and Connor. It is located jut off the Falls Road area of the Falls Road in Belfast.   Construction began in the 1860s and its Architectural style is  Gothic Revival.  

Fr Martin Graham is the Cathedral's Administrator and was eager for us to show off this majestic cathedral to the world through its virtual tour, while also making it  fully functioning tool for the parish.  

The tour features in Google Street View and has many thousands of visitors each month using the map service.  


Check out the tour and gallery below.

St Alphonsus Churchl, Barntown, 
Co Wexford

Client

Fr John Carroll

Year

2022

Location

Wexford, Ireland

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The church of St. Alphonsus nestled under the Three Rocks at Barntown owes its origin to the dedicated endeavours of Very Rev. Patrick Murphy P.P. Born at Cousinstown in 1786, he studied for the priesthood in a school run by the Franciscan friars in Gibson’s Lane, Wexford. He was ordained in Maynooth in 1812. Fr. Murphy was appointed parish priest in Glynn in 1817, and died as parish priest of Barntown in 1867. 

 

During the interim years, he became obsessed with the idea of providing a suitable place of worship for his parishioners from the hill side of the parish, who worshipped in what was no more than a shelter in a barn-like structure in the village.

 

The tour features in Google Street View and has many thousands of visitors each month using the map service.  

Check out the tour and gallery below.

Church of the Most Holy Redeemer, Clonard Monastery, Belfast

Client

The Rector

Year

2023

Location

Belfast, Ireland

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Clonard church, or the Church of the Most Holy Redeemer, as it is officially known, was opened with October 1, 1911. Over one hundred years later, the Church is both a physical and spiritual landmark for countless people in West Belfast and further afield. It truly is “teach an phobail”, ‘the people’s house”, a place of welcome, a place of reflection, a place to rest in the loving embrace of God. This is echoed not only in the liturgical life of the building but in its architecture and rich imagery.

 

The current building replaced a temporary structure on the site known locally as the Tin church. The tin church served the Redemptorists and the community until the opening of the new church. The new church was designed by architect J.J. McDonnell. The building contract was given to the Naughton brothers, Ambrose and Daniel, of Randalstown. They agreed to build the church in two years for £20,000. In the event it took three years at a cost of £32,000.

 

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The church is designed in early French Gothic style. It consists of a nave and aisles, a semi-circular apse and side chapels. Underneath the sanctuary is the crypt. The nave is 151 feet long and 70 feet wide. The height from nave floor to the apex of the barrel-vault above is 60 feet. The barrel-vaulted roof springs from the side walls at a level of 48 feet. Light is one of the most attractive qualities to Clonard church, which is created by the large rose window. The rose window is 22 feet in diameter.