Nha Trang Cathedral : Khanh Hoa, Vietnam

The Christ the King Cathedral, also called Nha Trang Cathedral, is the mother church of the Catholic Diocese of Nha Trang in central Vietnam. The parish was founded in 1886 by French missionaries.

Nha Trang Cathedral (locally known as the stone church or Nui Church) is the largest church in the city. Set atop a hill that overlooks Nha Trang Train Station.

A popular spot for wedding and landscape photography, Nha Trang Cathedral is made entirely of stone and features beautiful stained glass windows, as well as a square clock tower that’s surmounted by a large crucifix.

Its three cathedral bells, which were cast in France in 1789, are still in working order. There are also hints of Vietnamese influences to the structure, such as pink backlight on the tabernacle, red neon light outlining the crucifix, blue neon on the arch, and a white neon-lit halo atop St. Mary’s statue.

Nha Trang Cathedral
Address: 31 Thai Nguyen, Phuoc Tan, Thanh pho Nha Trang, Khanh Hoa 650000, Vietnam




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