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The "cathedra" that bishops sit on has a long and rich history in the Catholic Church.
Reykjavik's Hallgrímskirkja is a reminder of the clergyman who gave Iceland's Lutherans the Passion Hymns.
Hidden behind heavy doors, traversed by winding staircases and corridors lined with bookshelves, they are jewels of European culture.
Designed in the late 1990s by American modernist archistar Richard Meier, it has been praised for encapsulating the spirituality of the “new millennium.”
The northeastern autonomous region of Catalonia is a treasure trove of Romanesque monasteries.
These architectural icons, built in the Spanish Romanesque style, are scattered along the Way of St. James, also known as the "Camino de Santiago."
The ancient pagan temple turned church is remarkably well preserved -- it boasts the oldest unsupported concrete dome in the world.
The Basilica of Our Lady of Peace in Ivory Coast was inspired by St. Peter’s in Rome.
Built in 1626 by a multi-talented Jesuit priest it stands as one of the finest examples of Spanish mission architecture
Designed by a missionary carpenter, this unique Catholic church reflects the local Inuit culture.