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Cathedral of Kon Tum

Nguyễn Huệ, Thống Nhất, Kon Tum, 580000, Vietnam


About Cathedral of Kon Tum

Diocese of Kon Tum is a Roman Catholic diocese of Vietnam. The bishop since 2015 is Aloysius Gonzaga Nguyễn Hùng Vị. More than 16% of the million persons living in its area are Roman Catholics. Many of them belong to ethnic minorities.  It is a suffragan diocese of the Archdiocese of Huế. It was erected as a Vicariate Apostolic on January 18, 1932. On November 24, 1960, it was elevated to a diocese. In 1967, some of the territories were split off to form the new Diocese of Ban Mê Thuột.

Attractions near Cathedral of Kon Tum

Nong Fa Lake105.78km from Cathedral of Kon Tum

Nong Fa Lake or Nongphatom Lake (meaning Blue lake) is a volcanic crater lake in the mountains of Sanxay District, Attapeu Province, southeastern Laos, located within the Dong Ampham National Biodiversity Conservation Area, about 12 kilometres from the Vietnamese border.

Quang Trung Museum108.67km from Cathedral of Kon Tum

This is a  museum dedicated to the National hero Quang Trung. This is a historic landmark attracting both Vietnamese and foreign researchers and tourists which was inaugurated in 1978. t is one of the largest museums dedicated to famous Vietnamese personalities. It is also one of the busiest attracting researchers and tourists.

Virachey National Park124.95km from Cathedral of Kon Tum

This is an enormous park -covering 3,325 square kilometers and established in 1993- and most treks just barely put a dent in it. The park is under constant threat from illegal logging and poaching but the worst threat of all is the talk of a Chinese-funded road being bulldozed across the southwestern corner of it. No road plans have been announced to date, and a trek to the "holy grail" of Phnom Veal Thom rewards the hardy traveler with jaw-dropping views of the wild and unexplored mountainous b

Thi Nai Port147.86km from Cathedral of Kon Tum

Thị Nại Port is the second largest port in Bình Định Province, Vietnam. It is located in Hai Cang ward at the eastern tip of Quy Nhơn city. In 2009, 644 tons of goods were handled in Thị Nại Port, of which 113 tons were exported and 3 tons imported.

Ky Co Beach148.5km from Cathedral of Kon Tum

Ky Co is a beautiful beach which was located in the heart of the Binh Dinh province in Vietnam. The beach is very famous for its white sands and with a beautiful atmosphere. This beach is suitable for several water sports also.

The world cultural heritage My Son158.2km from Cathedral of Kon Tum

Mỹ Sơn is an ancient Hindu temple that was constructed between the 4th and the 14th century by the Kings of Champa in present Quảng Nam province, central Vietnam. The temples are dedicated to the worship of the god Shiva.

Where is Cathedral of Kon Tum

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Kon Tum Province1 attractions

The province is located in the Sê San river basin in the Central Highlands region of Vietnam. Kontum has a colourful, diversified culture of ethnic groups.