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File:Christchurch Cathedral (1).jpg

English: Christ Church Cathedral. New Zealand. Pre-1894, as the western porch that was built that year is not shown. 1882-1888 as the spire is intact but it was damaged in an 1888 earthquake. Hobbs' Building is on the left.
Date Photographed 1882-1888. Uploaded 2005-02-28 (first version); 2007-04-17 (last version)
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia. Available at Christchurch City Libraries
Author Photographer Frank Arnold Coxhead (1851 - 1908).

Original uploader was Giano at en.wikipedia

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