All Saints’ Cathedral, founded in 1871 is an Anglican cathedral located on the M. G. Road in Allahabad, India. It is one of the famous cathedrals in Allahabad constructed in the 19th century, British during their rule in India. It is among the Gothic Revival buildings in the country.
The church was designed by one of the eminent architect, Sir William Emerson. The church is also known for the intricate work and designs done on the marble altar. Popularly known as “Patthar Girija”, the church is one of the holy place in Allahabad.