Can we use nationality to talk about things? That's OK according to Random House Dictionary:
the relationship of property, holdings, etc., to a particular nation, or to one or more of its members: the nationality of a ship
But Collins COBUILD English Usage warns against it:
Don't use 'nationality' to talk about things. Don't say, for example, that something 'has Swedish nationality'. You say that it comes from Sweden or was made in Sweden.
The best vanilla comes from Mexico.
All of the trucks that Ford sold in Europe were made in Britain.
How about places? Is it correct to say:
Q: What nationality is the church in your neighborhood?
A: It's a Chinese church.
If not, what's the right question whose answer would be:
It's a Chinese church.