Highlights: Xiashan Catholic Church is a rare Gothic church in Zhanjiang. The front wall of the main building extends 20 meters to the green road; the rear wall extends 6.8 meters to the fence; the left wall extends 6.1 meters to the fence; the right wall extends 23 meters to the bungalow, with an area of 2607.66 square meters. Construction control zone: along the protection range line, the left, right and rear sides are extended for 20 meters respectively, and the front ends at the shaded road. The exotic flowers and different leaves of the Catholic Church "fork leaf wood", there are five fork leaf trees in the seaside park of Zhanjiang City, also known as the cross tree. Four of these five trees are located in the north central area of the park, and one is located in the entertainment city in the south area. Fork leaf tree fruit is large, oval, smooth surface. The cross tree has become a major landscape in the park, and tourists come here to stop and watch. After the French Emperor invaded Zhanjiang, Catholicism followed. In 1900, French priest Fan Lan proposed to build a church while presiding over the local religious affairs. In 1903, the church raised funds and built it. With a masonry reinforced concrete structure and double spires, the building area is about 600 square meters. The hall can accommodate nearly dry people. It was the largest Gothic church in South China at that time.