Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista (Church of St. John the Baptist) #Mogno #Switzerland Made in alternating layers of grey Riveo granite and white Peccia marble—both native to the region—the church has no windows, but is illuminated by light from the glass roof. Designed by Ticinese architect Mario Botta in 1996 to replace a 17th century church destroyed by an avalanche in 1986. (Photo by Randolph Langenbach)

Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista (Church of St. John the Baptist) #Mogno #Switzerland Made in alternating layers of grey Riveo granite and white Peccia marble—both native to the region—the church has no windows, but is illuminated by light from the glass roof. Designed by Ticinese architect Mario Botta in 1996 to replace a 17th century church destroyed by an avalanche in 1986. (Photo by Randolph Langenbach)

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