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Protestant Church

Protestant Church

It was opened by a Korean cleric and became the house of protestant worship since recognized by South Korea in 2000, is eye-catching with its simple architecture. There is no information about the history of the construction of the Protestant Church, which is known to have been used as an embassy and bank during the French period. The building, which was closed for many years, was opened to worship by South Korean cleric Pastör in June 2000. At the entrance door of the church there is a plaque written in Turkish, English and Korean. The church was recognized by the Kwong Lim Methodist Church in South Korea in the same year. The classic French-style work is a rectangular structure that opens on to the side. The front of the ledge also has three windows that are rectangular. There's a cross at the top of the church. As soon as you enter the church, there are stairs and after the stairs, the inside of the church can be switched. In addition, inside the church there are late-circuit church items and ikonos, which are important for Christians.

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