Updated on: July 29, 2017
Back in the 1950s where developments are rapid, shallow wells in the southwestern coast of Taiwan prove to be insufficient to meet the demands of the increasing population. No one would have expected that by digging deeper wells to pump out more water to meet demands, they are actually digging a tomb for their inhabitants.
When its inhabitants consume water contaminated by arsenic, many developed the Blackfoot disease which causes painful gangrene and requires immediate amputation.
Word has it that a young lady whose wedding was imminent is called after Blackfoot disease forced the amputation of both legs and she remained in a church for the rest of her live by herself.
It is an irony that this gorgeous glistening blue high heel church is in fact constructed in remembrance of the young lady and of the awful disease which plagued the Southwestern coast of Taiwan.
With over a hundred knick knacks like lover chairs, maple leaves and all things lovey dovey inside the church, this unique architectural structure constructed using 300pcs of blue tinted glass is an attraction worthy of visit with your loved ones.