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Karlskirche (St. Charles's Church), Vienna, Austria by franzj, via Flickr

The Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ (Church of the Saviour on the Spilled Blood). St Petersburg, Russia.

Church of Gethsemane, Jerusalem, Israel. Officially called The Church of Agony or the Church of All Nations. It is located next to the olive grove where it is believed Jesus prayed and was arrested on the Friday before he was crucified.

Irene Suchocki: Giotto's bell tower on The Basilica di Santa Maria del Fiore the cathedral church of Florence, Italy. The Duomo,

St. Barbara Church, Wengen, Val Badia, Alto Adige, Italy by Jim Nilsen

San Francisco Church Puebla Mexico- Nobody mentions that old frank is still inside and he looks plastic!

Old churches, steeples, crosses...

Shipka Memorial Church, Shipka mountains pass, Bulgaria

Transparent Church by Belgian architects Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh

Ruins of the Seven Churches - Galway, Ireland...

Brampton apartments, Brampton Apartment Guide with pictures making it easy to see your apartment rental in Brampton online.

✯ Church of San Pietro in Portovenere and mullioned window of the castle at sunset - Italy

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Mosque-Cathedral of Córdoba, Spain. Visigothic Catholic Church from 600; Islam (784–1236) Catholic Church (1236–present)

St Mungo Cathedral, or the High Kirk of Glasgow, is one of the few churches to have survived the Reformation, during which many churches were sacked and torn down. This is the Quire of the church, which dates from the middle of the 13th century. It was formerly the Catholic mother church of the Archdiocese of Glasgow. See

Saint Germain de Paris... Oldest church in Paris where many famous courtesans royals attended when the Louvre was still a palace.

Roman Catholic church in Cologne, Germany | PicsVisit

This rural town is known around the world for its churches carved from the living rock. Though the dating of these eleven churches is not well established, most are thought to have been built from the 12th through 14th centuries. How were people, more than 700 to 900 years ago, able to carve 11 monolithic churches out of living rock with only the primitive hammers and chisels available to them?

The Cloisters, NYC. This is a 14th century chapel from Austria. The effigy is 13th century. Simple and beautiful

A classic view of Venice from the Accademia Bridge, looking east towards the church of Santa Maria della Salute

ann-sophie-design... Iceland – Reykjavik, Modern Gothic Church

~ one of the most impressive spaces I have ever experienced | Antonio Gaudi Sagrada Familia Church, Barcelona ~

Domkirche St. Stephan, Vienna, Austria – my fav church in all of austria ! stunning !

Heiligenblut, Carinthia, Austria