From weird entrance of these churches to the material used to build them, this are some of the churches that have made history from the way they are build attracting attention from all over the world.
Church is a place meant for Christians to worship. There’s way more going on at some of these holy places than just religious services—think unusual architecture, striking design features, and other visuals that teach us about the people who worship there.
1.Chapelinside an oak tree, France
A chapel with no stone or cement. Not even proper walls. Chene Chapelle (Chapel Oak), an ancient chapel located in Allouville-Bellefosse, northern France, is built inside an enormous oak tree, perhaps the oldest known tree in France. The entire place of worship is housed inside an 800-year-old tree hemmed with a spiral staircase.
2. Carved out of a rock, Finland
Never judge a church by its entrance. If you did, you’d never step into Temppeliaukio Church, Helsinki, Finland, which has such a nondescript entrance that it could pass off as a dreary bus shelter. Concrete and grey.
3. The Church of The Luminant
A great many pastors worked in pretty much every nation on the planet however perceive how enternce of the congregation of Luminant worked in US. Church building plan diversely in contrast shape by architecturist who study structural designing (engineering), how some architecturist structured the enternce of chapel of Luminant in United States of America.
The church originated in USA and spread very fast in EUROPE, ASIA and now its found in some of African countries such as Nigeria, Cameroon, South Africa, the people that pray in this church are very cool and they believe that they are praying to the real GOD and they always have a good habit of help the poor people in whole over the world.
4. Macabre decor with human skulls and bones, The Czech Republic
Imagine a place of worship adorned with bones of 50,000 people. Real bones of real people. A large chandelier with skulls ranged in artistic combination.
5. Cathedral of Brasilia, Brazil
Is it a bouquet of flowers? A sunburst? A UFO? No matter what you see in the 16 concrete pillars that make up this cathedral in Brazil’s capital, you have to admit it’s a striking bit of architecture. The cathedral, designed by famed architect Oscar Niemeyer, is dedicated to Mary and a column at the entrance depicts scenes from her life. But that isn’t the only artistic feature inside the building: There are four bells, a reflecting pool, and sculptures of angels that hang from a stained-glass ceiling.
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