Regina Mundi Church, built in 1961 is located in Rockville, Soweto, South Africa. As the largest Roman Catholic Church in the country, the enormous interior can accommodate up to 5000 people. Regina Mundi is well renowned for its pivotal role during in the anti-apartheid struggle when the church provided a refuge to activists. It also served as the site of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission hearings from 1995 to 1998, the church is now a major historic attraction.