Saint Paul's Cathedral
Designed by Italian architect Aldo Spirito, and covering a
massive 14,625 square feet (4,500m square), this cathedral is
Africa's second-largest church building and can seat more than
3,500 people. Pope John Paul II inaugurated the cathedral in August
1985. The tower itself is said to be a figure of St Paul, while the
buildings behind the tower represent his robes. The interior of the
cathedral includes a number of beautiful stained-glass tableaux.
The building also offers spectacular views of the city.