• | 1 Reviews | Catholicism

    Address: 112 Shigu Lu, Nanjing

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    Address: 1 Jimingsi Lu, Nanjing

    Description: Though Jiming Temple is often held up as a shining example of China's religious architecture, all of the buildings currently within the temple walls are no older than 1989, reconstructed after a 1973 fire devas...

  • | 0 Reviews | Catholicism

    Address: 112 Shigu Lu, Nanjing

  • | 0 Reviews | Christianity

    Address: 396 Taiping Nanlu, Nanjing

    Description: With a gothic architectural skeleton, a vaguely Oriental interior, and sacred passages – overlaid with gilt – carved into the walls, this lovely church is the official Christian church of Nanjing. Worship - E...

  • | 0 Reviews | Catholicism

    Address: 390 Mochou Lu, Nanjing

    Description: Despite being re-built by the Kuomintang in 1928, Mochou Road Church has not changed much from when it was erected 400 years ago. Romanesque architecture with vaulted ceilings and rose windows that have a calmi...

  • | 0 Reviews | Buddhism

    Address: 7 Waishixiang Lu, East of Zhongshan Tome

    Description: Built during the Liang Dynasty, many of the buildings and pagodas in this ancient house of seclusion and silence have since been converted into war memorials. Open until 6:00pm except for Linggu Pagoda which cl...

  • | 0 Reviews | Buddhism

    Address: 4 Hanfu Jie, Nanjing

    Description:

    Pilu Temple is located in Hanfu Street, which was founded in Ming Dynasty (1522-1566). Pilu Temple monks work with the local impoverished and the sick. Tickets: RMB10

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  • | 0 Reviews | Christianity

    Address: 17 Dajianyin Xiang, Shanghai Lu, Gulou District, Nanjing

    Description: In 1952, a union of 12 Chinese seminaries banded together to form the present institution, which boasts 27 full-time religious instructors who are preparing students to take on leadership and professorial posit...