Dongjiaomin Alley Catholic Church

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Dongjiaomin Alley Catholic Church

 Dongjiaomin Alley Catholic Church


Dongjiaomin Alley Catholic Church, also known as St. Michael's Church, was built in 1901 in the 27th Year of Emperor Guangxu's rule. Dongjiaomin Alley was a special zone for foreigners during the late years of the Qing Dynasty, and almost all embassies were built here. St. Michael's Church was specially built for foreigners residing there; it belongs to the Beijing parish now. The church entrance faces south, and the whole building displays a typically Gothic style, with three main peaked spires and several spire ornaments beautifully complimenting each other.

Travel tips:

Address: No. 13, Dongjiaomin Lane 1, Dongcheng District

How to Get There: Take Bus 104, 201, 209, 41, 59, 60

Free Admission



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