About Mother Teresa Cathedral

The Mother Theresa Cathedral, built in 2011, is a symbol of the reconciliation between different religious and ethnic groups across the country. It has been a source of controversy, but it remains an impressive structure in the capital.

It is a Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to Mother Teresa. The biggest attraction of the cathedral is its bell tower, from which you can see the whole city and the surrounding area.

It also has beautiful lighting which involves the sun coming in through the stained glass & creating stunning effects on the otherwise largely white church.

Must See

Take the elevator to the top of the tower for amazing views of the city, including the National Library, plus all the mountains surrounding the city.

The church has beautiful white walls with beautiful eagle carvings on the pews.

How to reach

Car rentals are available and one can hire a car starting from €25 a day.

Walk from City Center - 20 minutes, 1 km

Taxi from city Center - 10 minutes, 1 km

Tips

Definitely, take the lift to the top of the tower for beautiful views across the city, it only costs around 1 Euro. 

It is quite windy on the top so carry an extra layer of clothes as it can be cold.

Visit Time

Sunday         - Open 24 Hours

Monday         - Open 24 Hours

Tuesday        - Open 24 Hours

Wednesday   - Open 24 Hours

Thursday       - Open 24 Hours

Friday            - Open 24 Hours

Saturday       - Open 24 Hours

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Entrance Fee

No

 

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Time you can spend

1-2 Hours

 

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Weather

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