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The Corus Church, one of the most iconic churches in the world, is located on the banks of the Swan River in Port Hedland.

Its imposing dome towers over the river, with the church’s main entrance overlooking the Swan and surrounding river.

It is the only remaining surviving Christian church in Tasmania.

The church was built between 1836 and 1842.

It was originally a small church that stood on a rocky hillside overlooking the river.

During the 18th century, the church was transformed into a larger building.

The structure was built as part of a larger complex called the St Mary’s Cathedral.

In 1858, the Victorian government built the largest church in the country, St Mary Cathedral, and in 1867, the Victoria government built a church, St Nicholas Church, in the St Nicholas Gardens in Port Pirie.

This was the first church in Australia to be built on a private property.

Today, the site of St Mary Church is home to a number of Victorian churches.

The building is located in a residential suburb of Port Hedlands.

The historic church, which dates back to the 1820s, is one of two remaining in Tasmania where the original roof was still standing.

The Victorian Government funded the erection of a replica of the original church, originally built in 1857, in 1981.

Today St Mary is a unique attraction that attracts visitors to Port Hedlanders, with spectacular views of the river and the beautiful riverbank.

It also has a large Victorian chapel and a large Georgian Revival church.

Visitors can also enjoy the historic church with its original stained glass windows, with its historic choir and its large church pews.

To get an idea of the history of the building, take a walk through the historic gardens of the church and the Victorian Church Chapel.

St Mary was built by the Reverend John Seddon in 1838 and was a one-time home for a large number of Tasmanians.

It had been used as a house of worship for the first 200 years.

It became the largest and most important Christian church of the Victorian period, with many of the churches in Tasmania that were built in the 1880s and 1890s being built on the site.

It served the community for many years.

The Tasmanian government was interested in acquiring the church in 1885, and the government decided to make it a heritage building.

In the 1960s, the building was given a new identity.

In 1988, the Tasmanian Government made the historic St Mary church, built on private land, the historic Canterbury Church, and a new, restored church the St Andrew’s Chapel, accessible by public vehicles.

The two churches have been visited by hundreds of thousands of people each year.

The main church building, which houses the historic stained glass window and the large church sanctuary, has a beautiful vaulted roof.

A spectacular archway leads to the main entrance to the church.

The St Mary Chapel is one for the ages, as is the main sanctuary, which contains an elaborate stained glass facade.

A wonderful view of the Tasman Sea and the Swan river in the background.

The large cathedral dome was completed in 1883 and is the most famous landmark of the site, and of the island.

A magnificent cathedral dome, complete with stained glass, is the centerpiece of the iconic Canterbury Cathedral.

The Canterbury Cathedral, a heritage-listed building, is a significant landmark in Port Moresby.

It features a spectacular dome dome and is one the largest churches in Australia.

The dome is a beautiful stone structure and is surrounded by ornate stained glass.

It has the best views of Port Moreby and the harbour.

The cathedral is also home to the Tasman War Memorial.

The original cathedral was built in 1795 and is now the largest in Tasmania and the oldest church in that state.

The current structure, which includes a modern stained glass roof and a spectacular cathedral dome is the second largest in Australia, and has the second-largest congregation in Tasmania, after St Mary.

The new Canterbury Cathedral was completed between 2004 and 2008, and is a great place to visit on an afternoon or evening walk.

The Cathedral is the biggest church in Victoria, with over