The Santo Fransiskus Asisi Church in Berastagi

A fairly unique example of its colonial past is the Saint Francis of Assisi wooden church at the small town of Berastagi on North Sumatra.
A decent 70 kilometres outside Medan, this sacred meeting point for Christians has been standing firm since it was erected in 2005.
Characterized by using architectural elements from the local Batak Karo minority, it is one of the finer examples of Indonesia’s multi-religious culture, spread across its thousands of islands.

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