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Medak Cathedral, Medak

4.4
#27 of 107 in Historic Sites in Telangana
Must see · Church · Religious Site
Medak Cathedral at Medak in Telangana, India, is one of the largest churches in India and has been the cathedral church of the Diocese of Medak of the Church of South India since 1947. Originally built by Charles Walker Posnett British Wesleyan Methodists, it was consecrated on 25 December 1924.

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  • The Cathedral is one of beautiful piece of architecture and it is the 2nd largest church in Asia. I gave the rating keeping in mind of the place. Don't perceive it as overall experience...  more »
  • This is definitely a must visit place in Medak. Very famous church in Medak. It was really grand and beautiful.  more »
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  • One of the greatest history of Telangana. This church is very big when compared to the location and size of the city. People have belief that whatever you wish for would come true here hence lot of people visit here everyday irrelevant of cast and religion. Place is well maintained and right opposite to the bus stand hence commutation is not a challenge.
  • It's a church which is somehow famous. The stained glass was good. It's just like any other church. Please visit only if you are nearby. No need for specific visitation.
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