More interesting churches

The Capilla del Retiro in Chile:

The wooden churches of Chiloe Archipegalo, Chile. A number were built during the 18th and 19th centuries, and are now UNESCO heritage sites:

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Borgund Stave Church, Norway. Originally built in the 12-13th century:

Also see an earlier post with pictures of the Church on the Water in Hokkaido, Japan & Thorncrown Chapel, in Arkansas.

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7 thoughts on “More interesting churches

  1. I like churches a lot. I think they can portray so much about the people that were representative of the congregation / village / etc at the time.

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  3. I wonder if they have any nomadic transportable churches. You know to reach those in the most dangerous parts of the world.

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