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Normanton Church, Rutland Water

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A church on the Greek Island of Samos

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Matteuksenkirkko (~ St. Matthew's church) as seen from the corner of Olavinlinnantie and Turunlinnantie

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Above the entrance to the Antwerp Cathedral


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This church used to have regular red brick color years ago. But because it stays in most polluted part of Europe it looks as it looks.
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Originally posted by Jadom Jadom wrote:

This church used to have regular red brick color years ago. But because it stays in most polluted part of Europe it looks as it looks.
Lipiny - part of Świętochłowice, Upper Silesia:


It reminds me of where I grew up. It was in a Lancashire mill town where the cream sandstone buildings were blackened with soot and grime.

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Originally posted by IanC IanC wrote:

Originally posted by Jadom Jadom wrote:

This church used to have regular red brick color years ago. But because it stays in most polluted part of Europe it looks as it looks.
Lipiny - part of Świętochłowice, Upper Silesia:


It reminds me of where I grew up. It was in a Lancashire mill town where the cream sandstone buildings were blackened with soot and grime.

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Almost all buildings here look like this church. It makes you, as a visitor, feeling very depressed. "Natives", I guess, have no problem with it as they use to live with it.
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I suppose this theme could actually be broadly considered as "places of worship" so here goes.

A typical south Indian style Hindu temple atop a hillock. Building temples on small hills is a common practice - I'm not sure why.


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Originally posted by skm.sa100 skm.sa100 wrote:

I suppose this theme could actually be broadly considered as "places of worship" so here goes.

A typical south Indian style Hindu temple atop a hillock. Building temples on small hills is a common practice - I'm not sure why.


Probably is closer to the Buddha from the hill.   
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Banks Presbyterian Church, Waxhaw, NC:

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There is a beautiful huge tree in a front of the church. I decided to show it in full. This is 9 pics pano stitched in 3 rows.

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Seven youngsters mourning the death of Jacob van Campen, a famous and influential Dutch architect from the "Golden Century" (Gouden Eeuw), in the St Joris Church in Amersfoort


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The Catholic church in Shanghai, dwarfed by the highrisers around it


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