This Qingdao landmark has towering 200-foot twin steeples and red-tile roof. The classic Gothic Revival structure was built by the Germans in 1934 but was badly damaged during the Cultural Revolution. The surrounding area is a great place to explore, with venerable German buildings contrasting with uninspired modern architecture. Street vendors hawk grilled kebabs on the cobbled streets leading to the church.
15 Zhejiang Lu, Qingdao, 266071, China