I’ve heard many people say that after visiting a European country (or two or three in some cases)they were “burnt” out from churches. That once you’ve seen one, you’ve “seen” them all. I could not disagree more with this statement. Every church is different as each one has its own unique history and story to be told. Not to mention the architecture; even in the same city no two churches are the “same,” inside or out.
And in the majority of countries you will visit in the world, a church is one thing you can always count on seeing.
A random church in Paris, France
Basilica of Santa Croce- Florence, Italy
Christ Church-Dublin, Ireland
Cathedral of St. Michael and St. Gudula-Brussels, Belgium
Se Cathedral-Lisbon, Portugal
St. Stanislaus Kostka Church-Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Notre Dame Basilica-Montreal, Canada
Kawaiahao Church-Honolulu, Oahu (Hawaii).
This is the oldest Christian church on Oahu. It was dedicated in 1842 and services
Julie is a librarian by day, die-hard travel fanatic and writer by night. When she’s not traveling, she’s either testing out a new recipe or being a foodie in Pittsburgh. If you’re interested in seeing where she travels to or what she makes next, follow along via the links below!