St. Andrew's Church, Tangier

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Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Architectural Building
Inspect the mix of architectural styles at St. Andrew's Church, a 19th-century British Anglican church. Built in 1894 and consecrated in 1904, the church commemorates many people, including the Sherifa of Wazzan, Emily Keene, who brought the cholera vaccine to Morocco. As you walk through the religious site, notice the combination of Moorish and British styles, including the bell tower resembling a minaret. Visit the church's graveyard, where well-known individuals such as writers, generals, and bankers lie buried. St. Andrew's Church is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , world travel planner Edition.
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  • Anglian church with a fascinating well maintained cemetery beside the building. A reminder of the former British Ex-patriot community that hardly exists today now the congregation is mainly African...  more »
  • In Tangier on a Sunday, we are usually at our Uk church so sought it out. The service had just started. An eclectic mix of congregation as would be expected, but God was worshipped well that Sunday.  more »
  • The Church of Saint Andrew is an Anglican church in Tangier, Morocco. It was consecrated in 1905. The edifice is in the Moorish architectural style.
  • Our Queen, Victoria, not a Elizabeth, donated this church to the British community of Tangier. A clean and tidy cemetery is located just off the entrance. The interior is surprisingly spartan, and has a strong resemblance to old synagogues.

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