Sv. Jakova in Šibenik is considered the most significant architectural achievement of the 15th and 16th centuries in Croatia. Due to its outstanding features, the Cathedral was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2000.
The Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta was built in the 13th century in the Romanesque-Gothic Italian style. It is famous for its intensive use of marble marquetry. An enlargement of the church took place in the 14th century, but was abandoned with its failure. As part of Historic Centre of Siena, the cathedral is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The Silberg chapel is one of many half-timbered churches in the region. Built in 1712 with a hexagonal turret, it was an active parish church until 1908.
The Tránsito synagogue, or synagogue of Samuel ha-Leví, is a 14th century Mudejar building erected under the patronage of Samuel ha-Levi at the time of King Pedro I (1334-1369).
The church of Hantumhuizen is one of the most striking examples of the romanogothic architecture in Friesland. The church is not only beautiful on the outside, but is also appreciated for the beautiful, rich interior.
The Sint Genoveva church in Jelsum dates from the core of the twelfth century and was built in the Romanesque style of tuff stone, which is still clearly visible on the north side. The brick choir dates from the fifteenth century and has Gothic windows. Among other things, the well-known theologian Balthasar Bekker is buried in the church.
The Peins church is partly made up of tuff, which indicates that there was already a church in Peins before 1200. The current building dates from the fourteenth century. The church tower was demolished at the beginning of the 20th century due to collapse.
The church was built around 1500, and probably enlarged later. The tower dates from 1744 and was built thanks to a contribution from Ayzo van Boelens and his first wife Rinske Lycklama a Nijeholt. A memorial stone above the entrance is the tangible proof of this.
The Sint Joriskerk in Britswert is built from yellow Friesian bricks. In the church, which was formerly dedicated to Saint Nicholas, there are several gravestones, such as the author of the Schotanus atlas Christianus Schotanus (1671).
Originally a late Romanesque church, the eastern side is the oldest part of the building. The interior is beautifully decorated with a pulpit, staircase and font from 1743, and four sacrament sets with carved attachments.