St. Michael’s Cathedral
Erected and built by the German Divine Word Missionaries in 1934, the St Michael’s Cathedral carries great resemblance to a German cathedral of the 12th Century. It has two soaring towers, each at 56 m high and crowned by a 4.5-meter tall cross. Inside, the floor space is big enough for congregations up to 1000 people. The church is also seat to the Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Qingdao. Locally known as the Zhejiang Road Catholic Church, the Cathedral has gone through much ownership from the Germans to the Japanese, and finally surrendering its hands to the local Republic of China government. In 1981, the cathedral was repaired and re-opened for religious services. It is on the national registrar of historical heritage since 2006.
- Tickets: 10 RMB
- Hours: 8am to 5pm
- Average time spent:1-3 hours
- Transportation: Subway, walk
山东省文化和旅游厅 Shandong Provincial Department of Culture and Tourism
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