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it's a stop for sightseeing , taking pictures, and learning about british missionary project in the city of Pyin Oo Lwin . it's highlighted with red colored building and good place for taking pictures.
We came to visit this church where my mother was christened and where my grandparents lived in 1914. We were lucky to meet the Vicar who kindly showed us around and was extremely helpful. There are some 180 members of the Anglican communion locally who...More
The Quite Place with the Colonial Building Structure and one of the oldest, Very peaceful inside the church and amazing architecture. I love this place and one of must visit in Pyin Oo Lwin, A very beautiful church, it is worth to visit here .
Those with a soft spot of British empire regalia will appreciate visiting this church which, by all accounts, seem to be kept in excellent conditions by donations coming in from England and Scotland.
The mind-blowing condition of the mahogany doors, the preacher‘s desk with it...More
In this church you can find some evidence of the British in Burma. There is a memorial plaque to the regiments stationed around Maymo; to the aircrews who re-supplied the XIV army; and a lectern presented by the Welch regiment on the liberation of Maymo...More
The All Saints Anglican church is a rememberance of colonial times. The church is nice, but if you habe traveled around in Europe it is certinately no architechtural highlight. But if you pass by it is certainly worth a stopover.
We visited this church after a stop at the nearby Governors House in Pyin Oo Lwin. A very beautiful church and quite a balance after many days of pagodas. The church was built during the colonial times. Inside the church are many memorials to the...More