10 Unique Church buildings around the world!
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ARAJUKU: A Japanese Church
It was built in Tokyo in 2005, has a special ceiling that creates an echo of two centuriesand offers a unique experience for listeners.
The Red Cathedral
Sitting in the Red Square
Located in Moscow, Russia - Red Square. This is an Orthodox church with a series of thincolored dome to a point, called onion-shaped domes, which are part of the architecture of the Kremlin.
The cathedral was commissioned by Ivan the Terrible to commemorate the capture of Khanate of Kazan in 1588.
Hallgrímskirkja: An outstanding Church in Iceland
The Hallgrímskirkja (literally Hallgrímur church) is a Lutheran parish church located inReykjavik, Iceland. It has 74.5 meters, and is the 4th tallest architectural structure in Iceland. The church is named after the Icelandic poet and priest Hallgrímur Pétursson(1614 - 1674), author of Passion Choral. He was commissioned in 1937 and took 38 years to be built.
Temppeliaukio Kirkko: Stone Church
Stone Church - Facts
The Temppeliaukio Kirkko (Stone Church) is a sensational work of modern architecturein Helsinki. Completed in 1952, is built entirely underground and has a ceiling made ofcopper. It was designed by architect brothers Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen andcompleted in 1969. They chose an outcrop of rock 40 meters above street level. It is oneof the most popular tourist attractions in Helsinki and often full of visitors.
Metropolitan Cathedral Nossa Senhora Aparecida
Metropolitan Cathedral Nossa Senhora Aparecida
Metropolitan Cathedral Nossa Senhora Aparecida in Brazil's capital is an expression ofthe architect Oscar Niemeyer. This hyperboloida framed concrete structure, has glass roof to open up the heavens. On May 31, 1970, the structure of the cathedral was finished, and only 70 m diameter circular area were visible.The Cathedral project is based on the principle of revolution hyperboloidului asymmetric sections. The structure itself is symmetrical concrete columns 16. These columns, having hyperbolic section, a weight of 90 tons and are two hands that go up to heaven.
Borgund Church - Facts
Borgund Church is one of Norway's best preserved wooden churches of the existing 28.This wooden church, built probably in the 12th century, has not changed the structure and had no major repairs from the date it was built.
Las Lajas Cathedral
Las Lajas Cathedral - the inspiring story
Las Lajas Cathedral is located in southern Colombia, built in 1916 in Guaitara rivercanyon. According to legend, this was the place where a woman of quinones MuesesMaría brought his deaf daughter Rosa and which sits on a rock, spoke for the first time hesaw an apparition in the cave.
Later, a mysterious painting of the Virgin Mary, who bore a child in her arms was foundon the cave wall. The painting was shown in studies that there is no evidence of dye orpigment used on the stone, but when a sampling basis was taken, it was found that thestone had been dipped in a color depth of several meters. Legend has led to theconstruction of this amazing church.
St. Joseph Church
St. Joseph - a Ukrainian Greek Catholic Churh
Church of St. Joseph is an Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church in Chicago. Built in 1956,is known for its ultra-modern towers thirteen gold symbolizing the twelve apostles andJesus Christ being the largest center of the dome. The interior is completely decorated in Byzantine style icons (fresco). Unfortunately, the iconography was deported back toUkraine, before finishing to write the names of all the saints, according to tradition.
Ružica Church - Facts
Situated in the Kalemegdan Fortress in Belgrade, Serbia, Ružica Church is a smallchapel decorated with ... art of war! Its chandeliers are made entirely of bullet casing,swords and cannon parts.
Area church was used by the Turks as gun powder storage for over 100 years, and shehad to be largely rebuilt in 1920 after the First World War. Although affected by thebombing, was a miracle in a terrible massacre in the great war. While fighting alongsideEngland and the USA on the front of Thessaloniki, Serb soldiers were able to build these amazing chandeliers. It is one of the best example of art of war
Saint Ghildas Chapel
Chapel of Saint Ghildas
Chapel of St. Ghildas channel is placed above the River Blavet in Brittany, France. Built like a stone barn at the base of a cliff, it was once a holy place of the Druids. St. Ghildas walked steadily to preach in Wales, Ireland and Scotland. He arrived in Brittany, in about 540 AD and is said to have preached Christianity in a cave, now contained in the chapel.