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St Oswald

St Oswald

Winwick, GB

There is a tradition that this impressive church occupies the site of an ancient Druidical altar.

St. Nicholas Church

St. Nicholas Church

Flensburg, DE

St. Nicholas Church was built between 1390 and 1480 on the site of a previous building mentioned in 1332. The west tower was not built until 1516-82, and was rebuilt in 1877. The interior of the church is mainly Renaissance and Baroque.

Synagogue in Exeter

Synagogue in Exeter

Exeter, GB

The Synagogue in Exeter is an Ashkenazi synagogue completed in 1764. The synagogue was rebuilt in 1835-36 and later in 1997-99. This brick building in the Greek Revival style still serves as a synagogue.

St. John's Church

St. John's Church

Flensburg, DE

The St. John's Church, founded in the 12th century, is one of the oldest churches in the city of Flensburg. The church is predominantly Romanesque, but in the Gothic period it was equipped with larger windows and a brick choir extension. The church has frescoes on its vault, which were restored in 1969. The baroque tower of the church dates from 1741.

Helligåndskirken

Helligåndskirken

Flensburg, DE

Holy Spirit Church was built in 1386 but was rebuilt in Baroque style from 1719. Today the church is a parish church for one of the five Danish congregations in Flensburg. The church belongs to the Danish Church of South Schleswig.

St.-Marien-Kirche

St.-Marien-Kirche

Flensburg, DE

Today's Marienkirche was founded in the 13th century on a former Romanesque stone church (probably dating from 1165-1170). The building underwent many changes during the Reformation, but also in the 18th century, when Baroque elements were added to the church. In the years 1878-1880, the Baroque tower was replaced by a neo-Gothic tower with a pointed helmet.

Sainte-Anne Church, Châtel-Guyon

Sainte-Anne Church, Châtel-Guyon

Châtel-Guyon, FR

The church of Sainte-Anne was built in 1845 on a hill called "le Calvaire". It includes 800 m2 of astonishing frescoes created in 1956 by Nicolaï Greschny, an Estonian painter.

Church of Saint-Sylvain d'Ahun

Ahun, FR

In the 12th century, the church is the property of the abbey of Moutier-d'Ahun. The first permanent church was built in the 10th century. It was after successive embankments of the cemetery, then during the construction of "The High Church" in the twelfth century, that this church was transformed into a "Crypt".

Kocatepe Mosque

Kocatepe Mosque

Ingolstadt, DE

The Kocatepe Mosque, which opened in 2008, is the largest mosque in Bavaria. In the classic Ottoman dome-shaped style, the building has two 27.5-metre high minarets. The mosque also houses a cultural centre.

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Religiana, a project by Future for Religious Heritage, presents a catalogue of beatiful and inspiring buildings, helping you experience Europe's history, today!