Even if you do not have habit of going to church every week, its very good to see this huge buildings. Some are futuristic, some carved in stone, and some are even in the underground.
1.Hallgrímskirkja, Reykjavik, Iceland
The largest church in Iceland is located in the capital, Reykjavik. Hallgrímskirkja is also one of the major landmarks in this city and the tower can be seen from almost every part of the city. Bonus is that visitors can climb with crane to the top and enjoy the spectacular view. The church was designed by Samuel Guðjón in 1937, the construction started in 1945 and was completed in 1986.
This chapel was built in the 10th century, on top of 85 – meter high volcanic rocks. Until it can be reached by climbing 268 stairs.
3. Church of St. George (Bete Giyorgis or Beth Georges), Lalibela, Ethiopia
This is definitely most photographed of all 365 churches on the island of Mykonos. Church occurred in the time of the Byzantine Empire, and in the main entrance you can enjoy to the beautiful view of the Mediterranean.
6.Serbian Orthodox Church “St. Elias” in Kuber lipids, Australia
The church is located underground in the mine shafts, like the rest of the entire neighborhood. Unlike temperature outside, which exceed 50 degrees Celsius, but in this underground settlement is quite pleasant 20. Within the church has a church school, and parish.
7.Cathedral of Jesus Christ or the Crystal Cathedral, California
It was built in 1981 and it can accommodate 2,700 people, and it is also made so that it can withstand an earthquake of 8 on the Richter scale. In the Cathedral is located one of the 5 largest organ of the world.