Although built during the Second World War, this church looks totally conventional from the outside. Inside it is unusual because its walls are a mixture of rough concrete (some reinforcement bars still visible) and irregular chunks of natural stone. The stained glass is decorative, with a number of windows featuring missionaries preaching to indigenous people. Alas, the only postcard available is of the church from the outside and there are none of the interior or of the windows.
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