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Beautiful Churches

St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle The burial site of King Henry VIII. The black slab in the isle is the tomb marker of his vault, shared with Jane Seymour,

Precious Little English Stone Church

The Palace Chapel (Church of the Resurrection) at the Catherine Palace.

The Palace Chapel

my favorite church in Paris...St Etienne du Mont Church, Paris, France

Shuswap Tiny Church ~ This tiny church located in Shuswap, BC, is a functioning church that seats 8. {All you need is, "two or more, gathered in his name" so this tiny church is just big enough.

St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Ansonborough, Charleston

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

St. Matthews Episcopal Church - Sugar Hill, New Hampshire

Cute Little Church in Ruskin Georgia.

Presbytere Catholique Church, Ribeauville, Alsace France. © Brian Jannsen Photography

Church in the French Alps

Sainte Chapelle. Built in 1248 in Paris, France. It is the most sumptuous church in medieval Christendom. It is the resting place of holy relics: crown of thorns and a fragment of the cross. Between the columns are hugh windows, the walls are given over entirely to glass.

Village church in the center of Naxos island in Greece.

Greek Village Church

colorful domes of Russian churches

Lady Chapel, Westminster Abbey, London

Lady Chapel, Westminster Abbey, London - Favorite Photoz

Saint Paul's Episcopal Chapel (rear view), 209 Broadway, New York City, was completed in 1766 and is the oldest public building in continuing use in New York City. December 6, 2013.

The Underground Church of Saint-Jean at Aubeterre-sur-Dronne, France

Stall69, at Snoopers Paradise

Sleepy Hollow Church,

The Headless Horseman & The Billionaire

Church door in Avignon

GroovyDuck - All images

December light at Winchester Cathedral, England by Adrian Pink. Winchester Cathedral is one of the largest Cathedrals in England, with the longest knave and greatest overall length of any Gothic Cathedral in Europe. Built in 1079