The tall space of the Cathedral interiors welcomes you, the slender stone arches and columns lending a light rhythm to the main aisle. The vast space does awe you, but does not impose. Pointed arches at intervals and different heights frame various views, and are a composition in themselves. Openings at upper levels have round arches, which break the monotony, along with the subtle ornamentation.
There are various smaller shrines and prayer spaces tucked away in different extensions, and each has a distinct style, as these have been added later, this one is distinctly Baroque…
This alter is very contemporary, with a well known artists work as its alter cover, it blends in easily into the surrounds, and the blue stain glass behind ( which has been restored) compliments the space.
There is part of the Cathedral that has a much more elaborate roof structure, I marvelled at how beautifully the lines of the columns and arches and reverse arches flowed from one to another, if there is a melody in stone architecture this is such.