Former the Archbishop Hall of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Nagasaki, Nagasaki

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  • The first priest's hall was built prior to The Oura Cathedral. It is a building now that it was rebuilt. Completed in 1915 (Taisho 4). At that time, it was a bishop's hall. It was promoted to the Archdiocese in 1959. However, it was moved to the Cathedral of The Archbishop of Nagasaki soon, it became the chief priest pavilion of the Ohura church, and it came to be called the former Nagasaki archbishop pavilion. The building is three stories above ground with a partially underground first floor that skillfully utilizes slopes, and the structure is made of wood mainly from brick. The north side of the road is a brick wall that reaches from the ground to the roof, and the other three sides have a wide velanda on the outer periphery. The roof is assumed to be a shallow tile of the cutwife construction on the north side with a large roof and the underhouse, and the south side of the strange building construction. It is valuable to line up with father De Ro's earliest work and the old Ranori theological school though it is a clear plane and the quality of the middle corridor type, and a neat modeling based on the classics style is characteristic.
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  • It was rebuilt in 1915 and has been designated as a tangible cultural property by Nagasaki Prefecture. The brick-colored building is a tile roof, and it is remarkable because it is next to the stairs before entering the cathedral. Although you can see it from the outside, the entrance fee is required from the site under the stairs.
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  • It's a building that is attached next to the Oura 1000. It focuses on the Christian narrative that came through Nagasaki and the exhibition on religious persecution.
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