As the largest catholic cathedral in Southeast Asia, Immaculate Conception Cathedral represents the main church of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Dili. Construction began in 1984, and the church is known for its exterior, built in a modern, minimalistic architecture style with touch of traditional Portuguese style at the bell tower. With the Angel Gabriel statue as the guardian of the entrance, the church is considered the greatest attraction in Dili, despite the fact that it is usually closed for tourists. Make Immaculate Conception Cathedral a part of your Dili vacation plans using our Dili trip itinerary builder tool.
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A very beautiful church both outside and inside, amazing colourful stain glass windows, very high ceilings making my jaw drop onto the floor. Love coming here with my special girl to pray together... more »
It was not easy to move around when we got there because someone was giving a talk (presumably on some aspects of the Catholic faith), but we still managed to admire the size of the place, the... more »
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