St. Andrew’s Cathedral contains a rusticated stone cathedral covered by a gable roof with intersecting shed roofs that has Gothic arch clerestory windows, stained glass windows with steel mullions, and a tower with four octagonal columns; as well as a cloistered hall containing associated vestry and meeting rooms. The interior of the cathedral features a central main aisle, two side aisles, a vaulted arch ceiling, stone columns decorated with classical and Hawaiian design motifs, and a bell tower. St. Andrew’s Cathedral is significant for its association with the early history of the Anglican religion in Hawaii. The building is also an example of the use of the Gothic revival style of architecture in Hawaii.
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