Saint Sophia Church is the typical representation of Byzantine church building in China. Built in 1907, it offers high historical value in research and architectural value in view.
I went here at around 7 p.m. CST on September 7, 2011. This was during my second visit in China, the first international country on my list.
At more than 100 years old, Saint Sophia Church is full of charm. The fresc, suspension lamp, bell tower, dome and stage inside the church possess high historical, cultural, and architectural value.
I went here at the second night of my five days trip to Harbin.
Saint Sophia Church
Address: 88 Toulong Street, Daoli District
Open from 8:30-17:00
Fee: 15 Yuan for adults; 10 Yuan for students or children