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2018 Year 6 Moon "It is registered as a latent Christian related heritage of Nagasaki and Amakusa district".

After long baptism, returning to faith

Under the priest Father Marche, finished by a believer's funding and dedicated labor service, the brick church is completed. It shows the inherent form of religious belief and its end.

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Romanesque style

Based on the special product Kuroshima granite stone, Arita ware porcelain tile is spread on the altar. It features a rib / vault ceiling. In the year of 1998 to be an important cultural asset of the country.

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Nagasaki and Amakusa region latent Christian related heritage - Kuroshima settlement
Kuroshima Catholic Church
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World heritage "Nagasaki and Amakusa region latent Christian related heritage" decided

2018 Year 6 Moon 24 Day Since the World Heritage Committee held in Bahrain, it was discussed on 30 day whether "Nagasaki and the Amakusa region latent Christian related heritage" can be registered.
Among the positive opinions of the committee countries, the world heritage decision was made around 17 at 50.

https://youtu.be/HGuY05agsoM「長崎と天草地方の潜伏キリシタン関連遺産」の世界遺産登録関連の外部サイト

Nagasaki and Amakusa region latent religious relation heritage

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