• | 7 Reviews | Christianity

    Address: Jiujiang Lu, Huangpu District, Shanghai

    Description:

    Completed in 1869, Holy Trinity Church is the oldest, largest, and most elegant Anglican church in Shanghai. Locals refer to it as the ''Red Church'' because of its red brick walls.

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  • | 0 Reviews | Taoism

    Address: 249 Fangbang Zhonglu,Huangpu District, Shanghai

    Description: In ancient times, every Chinese city had a ''Temple of the Town God'', the central shrine for Taoist worship. Shanghai's version dates to 1403, though the name itself dates back only to 1929. During the Cultura...

  • | 1 Reviews | Catholicism

    Address: 36 Sichuan Nanlu, Huangpu District, Shanghai

    Description: St Joseph's Catholic Church, founded in 1860, is a Gothic structure built of red brick. On the roof are four 3-m tall bell towers surrounding a 5-m high steeple with beautiful stained-glass windows and shutters...

  • | 0 Reviews | Taoism

    Address: 8, 100 Nong, Xilin Houlu (Back Street), Laoximen, Huangpu District, ...

    Description: Baiyun Guan was originally built in a different location in 1863; in 2004, it was moved to its present location. The temple is one of only two Taoist temples in China (the other is in Beijing) to possess the pr...

  • | 0 Reviews | Catholicism

    Address: 3/F 270 Chongqing Nanlu, Luwan District, Shanghai

    Description: English Saturday 5pm, Sunday 11am (check for updates at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ShanghaiInternationalCatholics-SPICES/) German 1st and 3rd Sundays at 3pm (but check for updates at http://www.dcgs.net/html...

  • | 1 Reviews | Christianity

    Address: 316 Xizang Zhonglu, Huangpu District, Shanghai

    Description: Formerly known as the Moore Church, Mu'en Tang was established by American missionaries in 1887. In 1931, it underwent expansion to accommodate up to 1000 worshipers. Originally, it was a Methodist Church, but ...

  • | 0 Reviews | Buddhism

    Address: 5 Houshanmen, Zhenru Town, Putuo District, Shanghai

    Description: Zhenru Temple, one of the four ancient Buddha temples of Shanghai, is located in Zhenru Town of Putuo District. It was established during the Southern Song Dynasty as "Wanshou (Longevity) Temple" and renamed Zh...

  • | 0 Reviews | Catholicism

    Address: 185 Dongjiadu Lu, Huangpu District, Shanghai

    Description: Once the largest church in Shanghai, Dongjiadu Catholic Church was established in 1853. The Spanish Baroque style church has arched roofs, thick pillars, and lotus-shaped bas-reliefs inside. Chinese couplets ar...

  • | 0 Reviews | Buddhism

    Address: 1686 Nanjing Xilu, Jing'an District, Shanghai

    Description: Although not as old as many Chinese shrines, Jing An Si, the Temple of Tranquility, can boast the longest history of any religious structure in the city of Shanghai. Housed in the temple are a Ming Dynasty copp...

  • | 0 Reviews | Islam

    Address: 378 Fuyou Lu, near Lishui Lu, Huangpu District, Shanghai

  • | 0 Reviews | Catholicism

    Address: Beishe Mountain, Songjiang City, Songjiang District, Shanghai

    Description: Established in 1871, this European style church was constructed by French Catholic missionaries. It is located approximately 40-minutes from the city center in Songjian County, and serves as a important place o...

  • | 0 Reviews | Catholicism

    Address: 158 Puxi Lu, Xuhui District, Shanghai

    Description: After four years of construction (1906-11), this Neo-Romanesque style church was opened to the public. Situated in the southern part of Shanghai, Xuiahui district, it is one of the largest local Catholic church...

  • | 0 Reviews | Islam

    Address: 21 Gangbeng Xiang, Songjiang Town, Songjiang District, Shanghai

    Description:

    Songjian is one of the oldest Mosques in Shanghai, boasting well-preserved Islamic architecture built during the Yuan and Ming dynasties.

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  • | 0 Reviews | Buddhism

    Address: 170 Anyuan Lu, Putuo District, Shanghai

    Description: Yu Fo Temple, Jade Buddha Temple, an active Zen Buddhist monastery, is the most famous Buddhist temple in Shanghai. The temple houses two beautiful white jade Buddhas, one sitting and one reclining, impressivel...

  • | 0 Reviews | Buddhism

    Address: 29 Chenxiangge Lu, Huangpu District, Shanghai

    Description: Pan Yunduan ordered this Buddhist temple built in honor of his mother in 1600. It was almost completely destroyed during the Cultural Revolution, but, in 1989, restoration finally began, culminating in its rece...

  • | 0 Reviews | Islam

    Address: 52 Xiaotaoyuan Jie,Fuxing Donglu, Huangpu District, Shanghai

    Description:

    This mosque adheres to West Asian Islamic style and was where the Shanghai Muslim Association was founded.

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  • | 0 Reviews | Buddhism

    Address: 2853 Longhua Lu, Xuhui District, Shanghai

    Description: Longhua is one of the earliest and largest religious shrines in Shanghai. You can climb the bell tower and beat the ancient bronze bell on New Year's Eve - the echoes are guaranteed to bring you peace and happi...

  • | 0 Reviews | Taoism

    Address: 476 Yuanshen Lu, Pudong New District, Shanghai

    Description: One of the earliest Taoist temples in Shanghai, Qin Ci Yang Dian was established by the Dongwu leader Sunqun during the Three Kingdoms Dynasty. Many pilgrims come to worship in the third, fourth, seventh and ni...

  • | 0 Reviews | Buddhism

    Address: 418 Changde Lu, Putuo District, Shanghai

    Description:

    The Buddhist Lodge was established in 1919; it comprises a lower-storey worshipping hall and an upstairs ''Rites Hall.'' There are religious activities on the 8th day and 23rd day of each month.

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  • | 0 Reviews | Buddhism

    Address: 434 Yan' an Xilu, Jing'an District, Shanghai

    Description:

    In 1934, Master Yuanying, the first president of the Chinese Buddhist Association of Shanghai, established Yuanming Buddhist Rites Hall.

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