Da Nang Cathedral (also known as Con Ga Church) was built in 1923 by French priest Louis Vallet with its unique architecture and pink-color erection. Rich in Gothic style and design plus quiet atmosphere, Da Nang cathedral has become a popular tourist destination.
Measuring at 70 metres in height, set around lush green, the cathedral comprises a bell tower that’s topped with a rooster weathercock.
Interior design comes with engraved motifs, rhombic-shaped arches, medieval-style stained glass windows of various saints, and statues depicting events from the Holy Bible. There’s also a grotto of the Blessed Virgin Mary set behind cathedral.
As the most popular church in Da Nang, it serves the local Catholic community of over 4000 parishioners to this very day. With its tranquil surrounding, the cathedral is an great escape from bustle of city and offers breathtaking vista.
How to get there?
The cathedral is located along Tran Phu Street, just 15-minute walk from the city center. Opening Hours: Monday – Saturday 05:00 – 17:30, Sunday 05:00 – 17:00 Tel: 156 Tran Phu Street, Da Nang. Entrance to Da Nang Cathedral is also free of charge.