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On a Chinese National Holiday, after seeing the queue at this Catholic Cathedral, I left and returned two hours later. The people in queue had changed, but still there were well over 1,000 people waiting to enter. Looked like about 99% of those waiting are...More
I was very surprised when SWMBO said “We should to go to church.” Then I realized what she meant to say was “We should go to see this church,” which wasn’t a bad idea for a pleasant Wednesday afternoon. Into my bag went mobile phone,...More
Awesome church built by the French in the XIX century. In one the few churches in the world built all in granite. Everyday local praying.
They have Cantonese masses at 6h45am and Chinese masses at 7h30am on weekdays, and Chinese, English and Korean masses on...More
It's located in the heart of Guangzhou city. Very interesting thing to see in the busy area of wholesale dried seafood market. Very crowded in Christmas. Not much to see inside, but good for taking photos outside.
A classic Gothic construction in granite with a stunning twin tower façade. It is also very much a living church and therefore a fascinating reflection of modern Guangzhou with masses offered in Cantonese, English and Korean. The real story however is this is the spiritual...More
Located in the maze of old buildings with small shops. Old but Well maintained clean building. Unfortunately we arrived after the place was closed at 11:30 and we could not go back to enter inside in the afternoon.
We visited the Cathedral in June 2018. We found the building was very well maintain. There was a specific opening hours for morning to afternoon visit and it closed for lunch time. We went into the Church in the afternoon. There was a lot of...More