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1914 – Sacred Heart Cathedral, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan

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The Cathedral was designed in the Romanesque style, with buttresses to help to support the walls. The red brick church is accented with light Manitoba Tyndall stone. The niche in the apex of the roof holds a bronze statue of the Sacred Heart which was a gift from the people of Montmartre, France.

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