St Sophia Church of Harbin
Begun building as a wooden church in March of 1907 in Butou district, and completed in November 1912 rebuilt of masonry at 73 Shuidao Street (corner lot of Zhaolin Street and Toulong Street).
To accommodate an outgrowing parish, construction of a new temple began in September of 1923. After almost a decade, it was finally consecrated on December 12/25, 1932 as the new Hagia Sofia.
It still stands to this day at
95, Street, District, and is also the largest in the Far East.