It's been a while since I published a photo of a local Church. This is St. Stephens Dutch Reformed Church in central Cape Town (the Christaan Barnard Memorial Hospital in the background on the left). The Church was originally built as a theatre in 1800, and converted to a Church in 1843 -- apparently being named St. Stephens because founder members were pelted with stones (it was established for emancipated slaves). OBSERVATION: This photo is in 3D. Lazily squint your eyes until the images overlap and snap together. You may click on the photo(s) for 450k resolution and enhanced 3D.