The Cathedral of San Giovanni Battista was built in the late 15th century, it is a rare testimony of Renaissance style in the city. It has been hosting the Holy Shroud in an annexed chapel since 1578.
Ulm Minster, founded in 1377, is a Gothic-style church, the largest Protestant church in Germany since 1530. In 1890, its 161.53 m tower was completed, making it the tallest church in the world.
Uranienborg Church was consecrated on December 22, 1886. This neo-Gothic church was given in 2010, a new organ, acclaimed for its quality.
The Urnes Stave Church is dated to around 1140, making it one of the oldest stave churches. It is also unique because of its woodcarving work and extensive interior design. It was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979.
The Cathedral of the Assumption, or Uspenski Cathedral, is the cathedral of the Orthodox Diocese of Helsinki. It was built by order of Emperor Alexander II of Russia between 1862 and 1868.
The cathedral of Valencia was consecrated in 1238 on an old site Visigothic. He combines many styles, from Gothic to Romanesque and Baroque.
The Valère Basilica, whose first church was erected in the 12th century, is a major architectural work that harmoniously combines the Romanesque and Gothic styles. Since 1987, the entire Valère site has undergone numerous restorations. The organ of the basilica, probably built between 1435 and 1437, is the oldest playable organ in the world.
The sacred metropolitan cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption was built in the sixteenth century and designed in a Herrerian style (from the architect Juan de Herrera) with Baroque additions. Due to lack of resources, the cathedral has never been completed.
St. Annaparochie is particularly known because of the marriage of Saskia van Uylenburgh and Rembrandt van Rijn that took place in the area. It did not happen in this church building, but in its predecessor. The Local Commission that manages the church preserves the memory of this special marriage.
The current building of Cathedral Basilica of St Stanislaus and St Ladislaus of Vilnius (or just Vilnius Cathedral) dates from 1783. Throughout the 13th century, the site of the church was disputed between the Catholic Church and the ancient Baltic paganists that owned a temple there. A church was permanently installed in 1387.