Cinderella Church Built In Taiwan


From The BBC:

A fifty-five foot glass church in the shape of a high-heeled shoe has been built in Taiwan in a bid to attract more women. Made out of over three hundred and twenty tinted glass panels, the shiny blue building cost about $686,000 (£477,000).

"There will be one hundred female-oriented features in the church like maple leaves, chairs for lovers, biscuits and cakes," government spokesman Zheng Rongfeng is quoted as saying in local media.

The shoe was inspired by a local story. According to officials in the 1960s, a twenty-four year old girl surnamed Wang from the impoverished region suffered from Blackfoot disease. Both of her legs had to be amputated, leading to the cancellation of her wedding. She remained unmarried and spent the rest of her life at a church. The high heel is intended to honour her memory.


If you think this glass slipper church is impressive you should see the size of the boobs on the church they've built to attract men.



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