St.Theresa Cathedral, Juba

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Visit St.Theresa Cathedral, the capital’s most famous and respected religious site. Although not ancient, this church, built in 1952, has witnessed its fair share of history, having been used as a sanctuary for over 5,000 people during the civil war in Sudan. Today, it serves as the archbishop’s seat. Take a tour around the imposing building, showcasing simple but admirable architecture, and pay attention to the clock tower on its right side. Use our Juba online driving holiday planner to arrange your visit to St.Theresa Cathedral and other attractions in Juba.
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  • Seat of the Archbishop (the Auxiliary Bishop is Santo Loku Pio Doggale) is one of many Catholic centres in the city and outside, as the Comboni missionaries and the Salesians. Sundays at 11 and 30 English mass is held.
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  • In Juba on so many places where you can get out of the car and proglujatsja with a camera, but this is one of them. People here have very little and the police that prevent doing photo here.
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