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Thank you reviewers for the info. We went on a Saturday. When we got to the gate, they said, the Church is closed.
Judging from all the photos, I see no other reviewer has gone in.
I’m assuming they have a regular Sunday Service.
Wanghailou Church (Wang Hai Lou Jiao Tang)
Wanghailou means ‘sea view tower’. Located on the eastern bank of River Haihe near Shizilin Bridge, it is an old European style building of a church, not far from Tianjin Eye. It was constructed in 19th century after...More
By the Haihe River, next to the Shizilin Bridge, and near the Mazu Temple stands this Catholic church. It's amaizing that after weathering through the huge political chaos in China for over a century the church remains unchanged.
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Another Catholic church designed by Frenchman during the occupation era. Just as the name implies, "sea view towers", it is situated towards the Haihe River that flows all its way to the Bohai Sea. The church is located within a limited corner of a busy...More