The second largest city in the country attracts travelers with colorful entertainment venues, upscale restaurants, shops and amazing sights. The must see site is a lovely church of Gereja Perawan Maria Tak Berdosa, the oldest religious building in the city. The old building is decorated with sophisticated stained-glass windows. There is always a wonderful soothing atmosphere in the church.
Constructions of the colonial period have also preserved in the city, a shining example of them is Sempoerna. The large-scale construction hosts the most famous art museum in the city, the Museum Sempoerna. Several attractive gift shops and cafes are also housed within its walls.
A trip to the mosque Masjid Al Akbar Surabaya would be an unforgettable experience; the height of this massive edifice is 65 meters. The mosque is one of the largest buildings in South-East Asia. Its dome is equipped with an excellent viewing platform for curious tourists. Today, visitors can climb to the platform using an elevator and appreciate a panoramic view of the city.
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