Attractions

Saigon Notre Dame Cathedral

The famous central Saigon Cathedral, built in 1877, is one of HCMC's architectural marvels, built with materials imported from France. Sitting between two streams of traffic, the streets outside are always bustling with traffic and street vendors. Inside, the decor is austere, but the church is lively during services and is a popular location for wedding photos.

Many tourists to Ho Chi Minh City head straight to Notre Dame Cathedral as their first stopping point of interest, and with good reason. It's hard to miss the church's twin towers projecting into the sky some 200 feet. Notre Dame Cathedral's red bricks arrived in Vietnam from Marseille. In 2005, the statue of the Virgin Mary located out front supposedly shed tears, according to eyewitnesses, although the Catholic Church of Vietnam refuted this event.

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