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Nha Trang Cathedral

| 25 Nov 2011
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Nha Trang Cathedral
31A Thai Nguyen street, Nha Trang

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25 Nov 2011

An attractive Cathedral on a hilltop in downtown Nha Trang inaugurated in the early 1930s.

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Nha Trang’s Cathedral, towering over the town from its hilltop location, is the centre of a large Catholic Archdiocese. It’s an impressive gothic structure and is easily visited during a walk or cycle around the city. The cathedral is close by both the railway station and the Long Son Pagoda.

The path to the Cathedral is lined with memorial plaques from remains relocated in the 1980s from a nearby old cemetery that was disinterred  to make way for new railway buildings.
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