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St. Nicholas Church

St. Nicholas Church

Leipzig, DE

The Nikolaikirche, which was founded in the 12th century, is the oldest and largest church in Leipzig. In the autumn of 1989, the Nikolaikirche was the central starting point of the peaceful revolution in the GDR with the fall of the Berlin Wall on 9 November 1989 and the reunification of Germany on 3 October 1990.

St. Nicholas Church

St. Nicholas Church

Plaani, EE

St. Nicholas Church of Plaani is an Orthodox church first built in wood in 1846 and replaced by a historicist brick and stone church completed in 1873 and consecrated in 1874.

St. Nicholas Church

St. Nicholas Church

Ruská Bystrá, SK

The St. Nicholas Church in Ruská Bystrá is the smallest and most eastern of UNESCO's wooden churches in the Slovak Carpathians. The church was built in 1730 and contains a rare "Crucifixion" on the altar.

St. Nicholas Monastery

St. Nicholas Monastery

Saraj, MK

The monastery of St. Nicholas is an Orthodox monastery whose date of foundation is unknown. However, we know that renovations took place in the 14th century. The monastery is known as much for its Byzantine architecture as for its picturesque location.

St. Nicholas' Church

St. Nicholas' Church

Bratislava, SK

The St. Nicholas Cathedral is a sacred building from the beginning of the Baroque period, built in 1661 on the site of an old Gothic church under the hill of Bratislava Castle.

St. Nicholas' Church

St. Nicholas' Church

Tallinn, EE

Built in the 13th century, St. Nicholas' Church is a late Gothic building. After its restoration after the Second World War (1953-1981), the church became an art museum and a concert hall.

St. Olaf's Church

St. Olaf's Church

Jomala, FI

This stone church is believed to be the oldest churches in Finland. It was constructed in the 13th century out of local red granite and limestone. It is dedicated to King Olaf II of Norway, the patron saint of the Aaland Islands. The church was expanded in the 17th and 19th centuries, with its latest expansion being a stained glass window dedicated by American artist Ture Bengtz in 1968.

St. Olaf's church

St. Olaf's church

Jyvaskyla, FI

This concrete church was built in 1962 in order to accommodate the Catholic population of central Finland.

St. Olaf's Church

St. Olaf's Church

Tallinn, EE

The Tallinn Oleviste Church, named in honor of King Olaf II of Norway, was founded in the 12th century by the Scandinavians who occupied the city at the time.

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What is Religiana?

Religiana, a project by Future for Religious Heritage, presents a catalogue of beatiful and inspiring buildings, helping you experience Europe's history, today!