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Naina-Damani wrote a review Dec 2020
London, United Kingdom896 contributions183 helpful votes
Cardboard Cathedral looked amazing from outside and it is an impressive architecture building which is very unique. It is the worlds only cathedral made substantially of cardboard.
Date of experience: February 2020
Jeffry b wrote a review Dec 2020
Essendon, Australia6,466 contributions1,796 helpful votes
When the massive earthquake struck Christchurch on 22 Nov. 2011, it claimed 185 victims and toppled the iconic Victorian Gothic cathedral. But the resourceful Kiwis responded by commissioning Japanese "disaster architect" Shigeru Ban to build a "transitional cathedral" made mainly of cardboard. Shigeru Ban worked pro bono and now the "cardboard cathedral" has been a major tourist attraction ever since it opened in 2013. It's several blocks from the old cathedral, which is being rebuilt. How long will the "cardboard cathedral" last? Maybe forever.…
Date of experience: December 2020
raineykl wrote a review Nov 2020
this was further out than i expected. building was also smaller than it looks on television. but worht a visit.
Date of experience: November 2020
JennyForbes wrote a review Oct 2020
29 contributions8 helpful votes
We loved our visit to the Cardboard Cathedral and the story of how it came about. Very helpful tour guide
Date of experience: October 2020
Juliea1928 wrote a review Oct 2020
Tauranga, New Zealand46 contributions9 helpful votes
I always feel very proud of the Christchurch people for the Cardboard cathedral. After all the devastation of the quake it was no sooner over and this lovey church was created showing me the resilience and pride of the people . Love it so much !
Date of experience: September 2020