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St. Peter's Church

Houses of God | Karachi, Pakistan

Issue: "2012: The Year Ahead," Jan. 14, 2012

Costing $3.8 million and taking 11 months to build, the Roman Catholic St. Peter's Church in Karachi, Pakistan, opened its doors to worshippers in November. The three-story building, set amid a sprawling slum, can seat 5,000 and is the largest church building in the overwhelmingly Muslim country.

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