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Sacred Heart is a popular catholic church in Bengaluru city, built in 1874. Sacred Heart Church is a well equipped, peaceful and well maintained church campus, capable of accommodating large numbers of devotees or religious events.

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India is truly a diverse country with numerous destinations to make into your bucket list. While some a man-made, the natural stops are phenomenal and amaze us with their grandeur. The Church, our new favorite, is the mesmerizing combination of both. It remains submerged in the surrounding water throughout the year and floats in summer.…

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St Patrick’s Church is a popular church in Bengaluru city built in 1841, located on Brigade Road. St. Patrick’s Church was originally dedicated to Virgin Mary and Archangel Michael, marked as the “Church of the Assumption” but was popularly named as St. Patrick’s Church by the Irish troops staying near the church. St. Patrick’s Church…

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Holy Trinity Church was built in 1852 by the British Government for the benefit of British troops stationed in Bengaluru. Holy Trinity Church has English Renaissance style architecture and can accommodate over 700 people.

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Infant Jesus Shrine is a Christian Monastery dedicated to St Joseph, located on Carmel Hills in Mangaluru. Infant Jesus Shrine was set up by the Teresian Carmelites who migrated to South Canara from Goa in the 17th century. Infant Jesus church is known for its peacefulness and well maintained campus.

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Milagres Church is one of the oldest churches in South Canara, located in Mangaluru city, dedicated to Our Lady of Miracles. Milagres is a Roman Catholic church set up in 1680 by Bishop Thomas De Castro.

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St Aloysius Chapel, built in 1885, is an important chapel for followers of Christianity in Mangaluru, a Coastal city of Karnataka. A line of circular pillars holds aloft an arched ceiling. Oil paintings on canvas bonded to the ceiling depict the life of Aloysius Gonzaga to whom the chapel is dedicated. The Chapel also has…

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One of the largest cathedrals in India, St. Philomena’s Cathedral in Mysuru is a remarkable example of Gothic architecture. The majestic church, built to honour the memory of Saint Philomena, a Latin Catholic Saint of the Roman Catholic Church, draws inspiration from the beautiful Cologne Cathedral of Germany. Remains of St Philomena are preserved at…

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Mount Rosary Church is a Roman Catholic Church in the Coastal town of Udupi. Built in 1837, Mount Rosary church is very close to National Highway 66 and an important place of worship among Christian community in Udupi.

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It was built originally as a chapel in the year 1818 by Jean-Antoine Dubois but was transformed into a beautiful gothic style church in 1874. The remarkable interiors of the church – with a vaulted ceiling supported by Corinthian pillars, splendid arches and stained-glass windows would leave you absolutely wonderstruck. St Mary, also known as…

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St Mary’s Church was built in 1869. It was consecrated by the then Governor of the Bombay Presidency and is built in the Gothic Style. Rev Francis Gell is believed to have designed the building. This imposing stone church of the Anglicans has fine piers in the prayer hall and gorgeous stained glasses at its…

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