The Qingdao Protestant Church was built around 1910, in a German-style. The building has a 60-foot high main hall and 128-foot high bell tower. The top of the tower offers some amazing views. The architecture features clay red tiles and sandy yellow walls. There has been recent renovations, but it retains is original charm.
Dating back to the early 1930s, with architectural style from the German colonial period, the Quingdao Catholic Church, also known as the St. Michael's Catholic Church, is a magnificent site to see. The church is dominated by its two 197-foot tall spires. The church is still in use.
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