Sieh Yih Chapel-Catholic Church in Byzantine Style

As a metropolis that tolerates diversity, Shanghai may rank as the No. 1 city in China that homes a variety of churches with different styles and diverse backgrounds. Among all these buildings which were or still are in service on Sunday, Sieh Yih Chapel is undoubtedly the most exceptional, with its unique style, its changing functions, and its ups and downs in the history and finally becomes a treasure in the city that nobody can ignore.

Architectural Information

Previously:Sieh Yih Chapel

Currently:Sieh Yih Chapel

Year of Construction:1929

Style:Byzantine Style

Architect(construction investor):László Hudec/Pan Shiyi

Address:No.17 Kele Road

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