The ancient church in Kon Tum province built only of mud mixed with straw and wood is more than 100 years old. This is also one of the 10 most beautiful Catholic churches in the country.
For more than a century (103 years) of basking in the sun and wind in the Central Highlands, the wooden church in Kon Tum province is still original and spacious. The church is ranked in the top 10 most beautiful Catholic churches in the country. Therefore, visitors to Kon Tum are looking to visit this ancient church.
The wooden church is known as the Cathedral Church. The church was built mainly of wood with a design in the style of the indigenous people of the Central Highlands, so people are used to calling it the wooden church.
The church was built from 1913 to early 1918 when it was completed and put into use until now.
The church was built entirely out of wood. Walls are made of soil mixed with straw, not reinforced concrete.
The church has an area of more than 700 m2 with the interior decorated entirely with precious woods. Around the church, there are dozens of round wooden pillars supporting the large roof of the cathedral.
The facade of the church is divided into four floors, about 24 m high. The church has the ancient architecture of the indigenous people here.
Inside the cathedral can accommodate up to hundreds of people.
After more than 100 years of history, the wooden church remains undamaged.
Kon Tum wooden church is also a witness to the couple swearing for a hundred years. Follow Dan trí