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The most unusual churches in the world

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There are many churches of all denominations in the world. Some are constantly clogged by believers, while others stand in closed areas and are intended for a narrow circle of people.
Each church is unique, but some can be highlighted. Let's look at them.
The most unusual churches in the world

The stakes in Borgunn (1180-1250), Lerdal, Norway.
The church was built in the period from 1180 to 1250. from the long vertical wooden bars, which are called "stavami"
The most unusual churches in the world

Church of Las Lahas (1949), Colombia.
La Lahas completed the construction in 1949, and it rises from the bottom of the canyon to 90 meters. It is said that miraculous healings occurred in this canyon.
The most unusual churches in the world

Hallgrimskirkja (1986), Reykjavik, Iceland
The church is the tallest building in Iceland. Its design should resemble the current lava of a volcano. The church has become one of the main attractions of Iceland.
The most unusual churches in the world

Chapel of Crown of Thorns (1980), Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
This church has 625 windows. The building is in TOP-5 of the most beautiful churches built in the twentieth century.
The most unusual churches in the world

Temppeliaukio Church (1969), Helsinki, Finland.
The church is built into the rock.More than half a million people visit Temppeliaukio every year.
The most unusual churches in the world

San Miguel Del Fai (10th Century), Catalonia, Spain.
The most unusual churches in the world

Holy Trinity Church (2004), Waterloo, Antarctica.
It is the southernmost Orthodox church in the world. Constantly there is at least one volunteer monk from the Trinity-Sergius Lavra in Russia.
The most unusual churches in the world

Meteora (XIV century), Thessaly, Greece.
"Meteor" is translated as "in the sky" or "suspended in the sky." Previously, they could only be reached by rope ladders and nets, which were dropped from above. Now for tourists cut steps in the rocks.
The most unusual churches in the world

Basilica of Saint Pius X (1958), Lourdes, France.
The underground basilica occupies more than 180 m in length (more than two football fields) and can accommodate more than 24,000 people. It was built in the French city of Lourdes, where the Virgin Mary appeared to the local peasant girl Bernadette Soubira, who herself later became a saint.
The most unusual churches in the world

Temple of the Holy Family (1882-present. Time), Barcelona, ​​Spain.
Designed by the famous Catalan architect Antonio Gaudi in 1883, the Temple of the Holy Family has been built for more than 130 years, and even with modern technology will not be completed before 2026 - on the centenary anniversary of the death of Gaudi.

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