Beautiful Churches from Around the World: You Have To See, to Believe!
List of Beautiful Churches from Around the World
Thorncrown Chapel (Eureka Springs, AR, USA)
Churches are structures meant to be places of worship dedicated to various religious sectors, the most common being that of Christianity. The following are some of the world’s most beautiful churches, picked up from across the globe. You feel a little faith come back to you after seeing these wonderful venues.This beautiful place, immersed in the surrounding nature. This is a place where you can find peace and serenity while you ponder life.
Duomo, Milan Cathedral (Milan, Italy)
Mark Twain has the best description for this one, “They say that the Cathedral of Milan is second only to St. Peter’s at Rome. I cannot understand how it can be second to anything made by human hands.”
Chapel of St. Gildas (Brittany, France)
After traveling from Wales, Ireland and other Celtic worlds, St. Gildas settled in this area and used to give mass on a very rough and primitive stone pulpit (which is inside this church!).
St Joseph Ukrainian Catholic Church (Chicago, IL, USA)
Due to its Ukrainian influence, this church looks a little bit weird but it doesn’t loses its charm all through out!
Borgund Stave Church (Lærdal, Norway)
One of the more famous Stave Church from the 28 that is still standing, no renovations has been made and is still keep in its original form for a long time.
St. Basil’s Cathedral (Moscow, Russia)
This colorful piece built in 1555 -1561 by Ivan IV (a.k.a Ivan the Terrible) to celebrate the capture of the Khanate of Kazan. It was built in the old way most Russians buildings were made, colorful and with amazing shapes!
The Green church (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
A church covered in leaves all throughout its structure, expect it to be very breezy!
Cadet Chapel (Air Force Academy, Colorado, USA)
Religious soldiers have a place to pray, too. It’s these kinds of places that reminds them that all of their efforts are never, ever in vain!
Church Ruins (Goreme, Turkey)
Literally carved into rocks, they were created by persecuted Christians. There are over one hundred and fifty of these buildings in the area that also serve as houses.