Tellesberg Cathedral was the largest church in the Kingdom of Charis, located only a short distance from the Royal Palace, and very near the much larger Archbishop’s Palace.
The cathedral was the headquarters for the Archbishopric of Charis. It had a royal box for the royal family. The Archbishop supervised his services from his own throne at the opposite end of church from the entrance. (BSRA)
The cathedral was also connected to the Palace by an underground tunnel, a little known fact that was used when discretion was required. (HFAF)
The Cathedral had fourteen bedrooms and a single dining room. (MTAT)