St. Peter's Cathedral
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St. Peter's Cathedral, or variations of the name, may refer to:
- St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide, an Anglican cathedral in the South Australian capital of Adelaide
- St Peter's Cathedral, Armidale, an Anglican cathedral in New South Wales
- St. Peter's Cathedral Basilica, London, Ontario
- Cathedral of Saint Peter-in-Chains, Peterborough, Ontario
- St. Peter's Cathedral (Charlottetown), Prince Edward Island
- St. Peter's Cathedral, Vannes, Brittany
- St. Peter's Cathedral (Osnabrück), Lower Saxony
- Bremen Cathedral, dedicated to St. Peter
- Regensburg Cathedral, Bavaria, dedicated to St. Peter
- Cathedral of St. Peter at Schleswig, Schleswig-Holstein
- Cathedral of Saint Peter, Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate
- Cathedral of St Peter, Worms, Rhineland-Palatinate
See also: Vatican City
- Cathedral Basilica of St. Peter Apostle, Frascati
- St. Peter's Cathedral, Rabat, a Roman Catholic cathedral located in downtown Rabat, Morocco, at place du Golan (Golan Square). It is built in Art Deco and is the seat of the Archdiocese of Rabat
- St. Peter's Cathedral, Hamilton, the Anglican cathedral in Hamilton, located in the Waikato Region of North Island, New Zealand. It is located on a small hill, known as Cathedral Hill (Pukerangiora in Maori), in the southern central part of the city off Victoria Street
- Cathedral of Jaca, dedicated to St. Peter
- Exeter Cathedral, Exeter, England, formally known as "Cathedral Church of Saint Peter, Exeter"
- Bradford Cathedral, Bradford, England, formally known as "Cathedral Church of St Peter, Bradford"
- Cathedral Church of St Peter, St Paul and St Andrew, Peterborough, Peterborough, England, also known as Saint Peter's Cathedral
- Lancaster Cathedral, Lancaster, England, formally known as "Saint Peter's Cathedral, Lancaster"
- St Peter's Cathedral, Belfast, Northern Ireland
- York Minster, York, England, dedicated to St. Peter and formally known as "Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of Saint Peter in York"
United States (by state)
- Our Lady of Mt. Lebanon-St. Peter Cathedral (Los Angeles), California (Maronite Catholic)
- St. Peter Chaldean Catholic Cathedral (El Cajon, California), a Chaldean Catholic cathedral located in El Cajon, California, United States. It is the seat for the Eparchy of St. Peter the Apostle
- Cathedral of Saint Peter (Wilmington, Delaware), Roman Catholic Diocese of Wilmington
- Cathedral Church of St. Peter (St. Petersburg, Florida), cathedral church of the Episcopal Diocese of Southwest Florida
- St. Peter's Cathedral (Belleville, Illinois), Roman Catholic Diocese of Belleville
- Cathedral of Saint Peter (Rockford, Illinois), Roman Catholic Diocese of Rockford
- Cathedral of Saint Peter (Kansas City, Kansas), Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kansas City
- St. Peter Cathedral (Marquette, Michigan), Roman Catholic Diocese of Marquette, listed on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in Marquette County
- Cathedral of St. Peter the Apostle (Jackson, Mississippi), the seat of the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Jackson, Mississippi. The cathedral is named for Saint Peter the Apostle
- St. Peter's Cathedral (Helena, Montana), Episcopal Diocese of Montana
- Saint Peter in Chains Cathedral, Cincinnati, Ohio, listed on the NRHP in Hamilton County
- St. Peter Cathedral (Erie, Pennsylvania) (Roman Catholic), a Roman Catholic church located at 230 West 10th Street (at Sassafras Street) in Erie, Pennsylvania
- Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul (Philadelphia), Pennsylvania (Roman Catholic), listed on the NRHP in Philadelphia County
- St. Peter's Cathedral (Scranton, Pennsylvania) (Roman Catholic), listed on the NRHP in Lackawanna County
- St. Peter's Basilica, often mistaken for a cathedral
- Old St. Peter's Basilica, the building that once stood on the spot where the Basilica of Saint Peter stands today in Rome
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