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Wooden Church, Kontum

Categories: Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
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4/5 based on 60 reviews on the web
Observe the unique vintage architecture and see how Wooden Church has stood the test of time. Built back in 1913 by French priest Guise Decrouille, made mostly of now-extremely rare wood such as rose wood and ca chit. More than just a church, at the back of the church is an orphanage ran by nuns and also inside the church itself are a display of creations by Kontum locals. The church is very welcoming and will be more than happy to speak to you about the church. Make Wooden Church a part of your Kontum vacation plans using our Kontum vacation planner.
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  • Wooden church of Kon Tum 100 years more, due to a French priest built in 1913 to early 1918 then completed and put into use. Very nice and Roman architecture in harmony with the architecture of the minorities. Between heaven and Earth, the lush Highlands sanctuary is unique accents create impact for visitors to Kon Tum.
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  • The Saturday mass was in tribal language, not Vietnamese because the attendance were the tribe people. The structure was great and made itself symbolic of Kontum. There was an orphange next to the chu...  read more »
  • I came here on Saturday, the sizeable Church but need very orderly. I walk a lap around the Cathedral, stately atmosphere and relaxation.
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