Church Shaped Like Cinderella's Glass Slipper in Taiwan: Photos
According to Taiwan's Tourism Bureau, it was built to commemorate young women whose feet had to be amputated during a blackfoot disease epidemic in the 1950s.
It stands at 58 feet tall and 11 feet wide, and it measures more than 82 feet long, according to Guiness World Records.
It was completed in January 2016 and opened to visitors the following month.
The venue can hold 100 people, according to Guinness World Records.
The High-Heel Wedding Church is located in Chiayi Budai Seascape Park near the west coast of Taiwan.
The benches' decorations pay tribute to Cinderella's pumpkin carriage.
The Taipei Times reported in 2017 that visitor numbers to the church had plummeted a year after it opened, and that the space had not managed to attract any businesses or private operators. In 2018, Taiwan News named the site one of three "misleading Taiwan attractions" since the High-Heel Wedding Church exists mainly as a backdrop for wedding photos.