Somewhere down in the thick backwoods of Central Java, towering over the encompassing trees, lies a surrendered, disintegrating church fit as a fiddle of a mammoth chicken with its nose open
mid-cackle. Called “Chicken Church” or Gereja Ayam by local people, this odd building draws in several explorers and picture takers to the slopes of Magelang, Indonesia every year. Numerous
Christians, Muslims, and Buddhists congregated under its housetop. The congregation shut its entryways in 2000 in light of the fact that development expenses were too high, yet it keeps on being
an object of interest to numerous guests in the zone. Go to the page to know more.