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Saint Thomas Aquinas Cathedral, Reno

#22 of 44 in Historic Sites in Nevada
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Saint Thomas Aquinas Cathedral is the mother church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Reno, Nevada, United States. It is located at 310 W. 2nd Street in Reno. It was built in 1908 as the rise in Reno's Catholic population warranted a larger church. The cathedral was nearly destroyed by a fire in 1909 and was restored the following year.
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  • We went for mass on Sunday and as it happened, the bishop presided. Wonderful experience. The church itself is intimate, not overwhelming, and rather new/young (compared to other cathedrals). Would...  more »
  • I attended a good concert here as a part of a music series and enjoyed the lovely architecture. Most buildings in this city are very modern as it is a new city. This one has a history.  more »
  • Just beautiful. Only good feelings as soon as you enter.
  • Beautiful church tucked behind the main casinos.

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