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Old 11-19-2013, 02:20 AM
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After i did several researches i find out that the Christian country of Philippines does not hold the largest church even regionally! For example in the neighboring Vietnam where French infuence is affluent there are no doubt that amazing churches would sprung up, and unlike the Philippines construction of old gothic style churches are still popular! here are samples of churches in Vietnam:






A modernly built church in Vietnam





all vietnamses churches are done by : greenforest from skycrappercity


Jakarta cathedral also seemingly huge in size with a length and height of 60m, width of 10m that is almost comparable to Asia's largest cathedral SE cathedral in Goa, with a length a 76m and width of 55m :



Can anyone clarify which one is Southeast Asia's largest church? i tried to find info about them but seemingly its non-existence... there are no info on how big is Manila cathedral or other churches

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Old 11-19-2013, 02:55 AM
Location: Filipinas
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^one of the biggest is the Basilica de San Martin de Tours in Taal, Batangas

Basilica de San Martin de Tours is a Minor Basilica in the town of Taal, Batangas in the Philippines, within the Archdiocese of Lipa. It is considered to be the largest church in the Philippines and in Asia, standing 96 metres (315 ft) long and 45 metres (148 ft) wide.
Basilica de San Martin de Tours (Taal) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Old 09-05-2014, 04:02 AM
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Thanks for this information, I have learned a lot. Thank God for those Christians that were able to construct large and beautiful buildings. They obey Haggai as God instructed him to encourage the believers to build God's physical structure for worship. God will bless the writer who has prevailed such important development.

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Old 09-05-2014, 06:04 AM
Location: Czech Republic
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Vietnam was colonised not so long ago so their churches are more new. The Philippines was colonised in 1521.
Many churches in the Philippines got destroyed too during the world war 2. The Philippines was destroyed more than any other country in Asia because the Americans were there and sadly, none of them ever rebuilt the colonial architectures they destroyed.
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Old 09-05-2014, 08:32 AM
Location: Macao
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I like SA BẮC CHURCH, the blue one.
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