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Holy Rosary Church Or the Stone Church, Sapa
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See stone walls, and the bell tower of Holy Rosary Church Or the Stone Church, a Catholic church built in 1902. French built the church in early 20th century, as they retreated to the town. Because of that, the church stands in the heart of the town, at the place meaningful spiritually to Catholics. For building it, they used lime, molasses, and sand. When you stand in front, you’ll see brilliantly designed bell tower, with a big cross. Inside, you can see glass windows with images of Christ’s life. Take a look at our Sapa itinerary builder to schedule your visit to Holy Rosary Church Or the Stone Church and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • You cannot get inside to visit the church, only can take photos from the outside. Hoards of ethnic children and old people gather to sell stuffs, DO NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM THEM!! You will drop out of s...  more »
  • Beautiful church, clearly visible from the surrounding area. There is an indigenous Church in front of the night sales. Can come to take pictures both night and day.
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  • Bit surpriced the fron door onto the square was locked in the early afternoon, but we ventured round the side and found a door that said welcome, come in - LOCKED!! So we wandered round the garden and...  more »