The church of Wotruba was built from 1974 to 1976 according to the plans of Fritz Wotruba (sculptor) and Fritz Gerhard Mayr (architect). This church, made of concrete blocks, is of a markedly brutalist style.
Wragby Methodist Church celebrated its centenary in 1994, but is the third chapel on this site.
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist dates mainly from the Gothic period, from the 13th to the 14th century. However, she was preceded by three other churches on this place. The current building mixes Baroque complements and contemporary restorations after war damage. It is considered the first completely Gothic church in Poland.
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Žiče Charterhouse is a former monastery of the Carthusian Order founded around 1160. It is the nineteenth charterhouse built in Europe, the first built outside the original Romanesque region of France and Italy.
The Zuiderkerk, built between 1603 and 1614, is the first church designed in Amsterdam for Protestant worship. It was built in a Baroque style.
The Village Church of Zurich was built in 1864, replacing a church that was demolished in 1772. The tower of the old church remained standing, but was radically modified in 1913 when the church was restored from outside. The church and tower were then given a "coat" in neo-Renaissance style, which is quite rare in Frysin.
The Østerlars church, built around 1160, is the largest of Bornholm's round defensive churches. The Romanesque church is characteristic of the genre, with its three floors (church floor, shelter floor, defence floor), conical roof, separate bell tower and interior frescoes. In 1955, the building was restored.
Øye Stave Church is usually dated to approx. 1200. It was originally demolished in 1747 but rebuilt anew in the 1950s.