Sapa Stone Church
Sapa Stone Church is in the center of busy downtown Sapa. It faces the main town square, and is evidence of the Vietnam’s European connections – it was built in 1935 by the French. This church isn’t necessarily a visitor attraction, but people do use the steps as a convenient meeting place.
On Saturday, locals gather on the steps. The courtyard in front of the church is another popular place to see villagers from local H’mong and Dao communities. This is near the famous Sapa Love Market.
Sapa Stone Church has become an iconic symbol of Sapa. You’ll find that this church is a useful landmark to keep in mind. Nearby, you’ll find many taxis waiting to take you to the surrounding villages.
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