St. Joseph’s Cathedral
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St. Joseph’s Cathedral

Set on a hill above the famous Port of Refuge, the colonial-era St. Joseph’s Cathedral is a landmark that offers visual character. Step inside its whitewashed walls on a Sunday morning and you might witness locals in their best dress and hear a beautiful choir singing uplifting songs. The views back across the Port of Refuge are also quite splendid. A sad bit of local history played out on this hill, too: Legend has it that a nearby road was named Hala Lupe (Way of Doves) for the somber singing of the female prisoners who constructed it.

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