With its towering 200-foot twin steeples and red-tile roof, St Michael's is probably Qingdao's most recognisable landmark. The classic Gothic Revival structure was built by the Germans in 1934 but was badly damaged during the Cultural Revolution. The surrounding area is worth a stroll, the streets a mix of sturdy concession buildings and contrastingly shabby modern architecture. The square in front of the cathedral is the most popular spot in town for wedding photos; an
enormous "wedding banquet restaurant" is conveniently located opposite.
15 Zhejiang Lu, Qingdao, 266071, China