King's Chapel, Tremont and School Streets, Boston, MA. King's Chapel was founded by Royal Governor Sir Edmund Andros in 1686 as the first Anglican Church in New England during the reign of King James II.
Church of St. Peter and Paul Shuvalov parke.Arhitektor P.Bryullov. The church was founded in the summer of 1831 construction continued for more than 10 years. The consecration took place on 9 July (27 June) 1846 The church was completed in the Gothic style: with lancet windows, copper openwork spire of the bell tower. The spire resembled the classic end of Gothic cathedrals in Germany.
Old Stone Church in W. Boylston, MA. It was built in 1890 but in 1900 the surrounding area was flooded as a reservoir. The church was abandoned and burned. All that is left is what you see here. Not a stick of wood remains inside, not a pew or altar or cross, just sand. It sits on the shore of a reservoir which serves as sediment basin for the the Quabbin before it reaches Boston. There is nothing else around. The surrounding town was burned down. A dignified legacy for a beautiful building.
Chartres Cathedral The great cathedrals are a symbol of the Middle Ages. By the Middle Ages numbers had acquired a metaphysical significance of their own, and were thought to be endowed with occult power. Thus they found their way into nearly every aspect of cathedral design, from the numbers of the pillars in the choir and layout of the facade, and, inevitably, to the division of the rose windows. In fact, the middle ages was nuts about numbers and geometry.
The Church of the Ascension was built in 1532 on the imperial estate of Kolomenskoye, near Moscow, to celebrate the birth of the prince who was to become Tsar Ivan IV ('the Terrible'). One of the earliest examples of a traditional wooden tent-roofed church on a stone and brick substructure, it had a great influence on the development of Russian ecclesiastical architecture.(from Wikipedia)