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A giant glass church shaped like a high-heeled shoe has been built in Taiwan in order to attract "female worshippers".
Erected in Ocean View Park in Budai town, along the east coast of Taiwan, the church took two months to build. Measuring 55ft tall and 36ft wide, the colossal slipper is made of 322 pieces of blue glass.
Zheng Rongfeng, a spokesperson for the Southwest Coast National Scenic Area, told local news website Huanqiu.com that the church was designed to draw in "female worshippers". The new place of worship will also apparently house "100 female-orientated features," including biscuits and cakes and a lovers' chair for couple's to take wedding photos together.
It has not been made clear exactly what type of church this Cinderella-like slipper is. The church will be opened to the public for the Lunar New Year on 8 February.