All Saints Church in Shillong

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All Saints Church of Shillong is an old Christian shrine which stands as a reminder of the British Raj. Situated opposite the State Central Library, this church is an important place of worship in the town.

The original building of this church got destroyed in the year 1897 after an earthquake. In 1902, a new shrine was constructed and consecrated at the site. The highlight of this church is its beautiful wooden structure that is inspired by colonial architectural style. Daily religious masses are organised at the church, amongst which the morning mass on Sundays is attended by a large number of people.

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Shillong IGP Point, Kacheri Road, Shillong, Meghalaya