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Some of the World’s Famous Cathedral Churches

Everybody knows that all countries have various religions. Community trust is not just one, but many other beliefs are held and of course all have their own places of worship.

Now we will discuss the place of worship of Catholics, the cathedral church. Many people already understand how the history of the cathedral church can exist in various countries.

Church buildings will indeed be different, but most cathedral churches have the same style of neo gothic which follows European-style buildings. Previously we have discussed the history that is in the Jakarta cathedral church, and now we will inform the famous cathedral church in the world.

Notre Dame de Paris

Notre Dame de Paris

Notre Dame de Paris is one of the most beautiful cathedral churches in Europe. In general, this building is for worship, but the design looks amazing like a museum.

St. Cathedral Paul London

St. Cathedral Paul London

This cathedral church is quite exposed in the world because it has quite a unique history. This church was built in honor of Saint Paul in the 17th century AD. The building is quite unique and very beautiful.

Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia

Hagia Sophia church name that sounds unique. This church is in Turkey. Initially this church was a Greek orthodox church, and turned into a mosque and then again turned into a museum. This building indeed had become a cathedral church under the Latin empire and now has changed its function but with the design of the building which is still synonymous with other cathedral styles.

Saint Basil’s Cathedral

Saint Basil's Cathedral

The cathedral church is a church in Moscow and was built from 1555. It is not only a religious building, but has been recognized as a world heritage.

The shape of the building is quite interesting and unique. It does not look like a church but many people or tourists mistakenly think this church building is a mosque.

There are many more cathedral churches in all corners of the country. In Asia too many cathedral churches stand with various historical stories.

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