St. Joseph's Cathedral
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It is a late 19th-century Gothic Revival (Neo-Gothic style) church that serves as the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hanoi to nearly 4 million Catholics in the country. The cathedral was named after Joseph, the patron saint of Vietnam and Indochina.
The Catheral was builded in 1886 where is the Archdiocese of Hanoi, and the Archbishop's throne is located. This is also an old church in Hanoi,
St Joseph Cathedral is a 19th-century Gothic Revival (Neo-Gothic style) church which serves as the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hanoi to nearly 4 million Catholics in the country.
Visit Hanoi most iconic church located right at the heart of the city. Visit it during Sunday and you can attend church mass. In front of the church. You can find Nha Chung street with many authentic souvenir shop and many peaceful corner for relaxing and enjoying Hanoi's vibe.
DescriptionSt. Joseph's Cathedral is a church on Nha Chung Street in the Hoàn Kiếm District of Hanoi, Vietnam. Its a late 19th-century Gothic Revival church that serves as the cathedral of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Hanoi to nearly 4 million Catholics in the country.
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