The opulent Catholic Holy Name Cathedral was built to replace the older one in nearby Bhuleshwar, and is decorated with an array of artwork. It opened its doors for worship in 1905. It's renowned for its delicate frescoes, pipe organ, a gifts from various Popes including the huge bell that hangs outside the church -- it was a gift from Pope Paul VI who visited in 1964.
Where: 19 Nathalal Parekh Marg/Wodehouse Road (opposite the YMCA), Colaba, south Mumbai.
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