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white church--(This rather looks like our old country church in Minn....Diane) Warm Memories.

by Mystic Pilgrim - old church in the middle of the Missouri Ozarks

Sugar Hill, New Hampshire. I love this little church. People come from all over the country to get married here.

Stone church Love old churches with steeples!

Small church.......where two or more are gathered together in My name......

Barsana - Maramures country(Romania) by Adrian-Brasov on Flickr.

snowy chapel, the church i want to get married in would fit this look!

Churches by Dirk Wiedlein (modern take on gothic style)

could go two ways, they stumble upon an abandoned church that is clean and its obvious people have turned it into some type of pilgrimage or its dirty and cluttered a sign that no one has faith anymore....either way I'm sure my Jack will have some spiritual moment there.

The iconic blue-domed churches of Oia village on the Greek island of Santorini

love old churches.. beautiful churches... interesting looking churches.

St John the Baptist Catholic Church in Savannah, Georgia

  • Lisa Ann Taylor

    The most beautiful Catholic church. I have a picture of myself and St. Anthony from there.

The Door of humility - at the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem, one of the oldest continuously operating churches in the world...

White Church And Cemetary.

Texas Painted Churches: Built by 19th century immigrants to this rough but promising territory, these churches transport the visitor back to a different era, a different way of life. Inscriptions on the walls read not in English, but in the mother tongue of those who built them: German and Czech. The story of these buildings is the story of a people striving to succeed in a new country and still preserve the values and culture of their homelands.

Glasgow Cathedral | St Mungo Cathedral, or the High Kirk of Glasgow, is one of the few churches to have survived the Reformation. During the Reformation, when a lot of churches were sacked and torn down, the people of Glasgow took up arms to defend the cathedral. In 1583 the Town Council agreed to oversee the building and pay for its upkeep. This is the Quire of the church, which dates from the middle of the 13th century.