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Christ Church Kasauli
India

Kasauli, located south of Simla was established as a retreat for British Army-men in 1842. This160 year old Church was one of the earliest buildings built in this small Himalayan Hill Station. At present the Church is managed by the diocese of Amritsar and has a small congregation of 30 odd protestants who live in the surrounding area.

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