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.
The Đakovo Cathedral was built between 1866 and 1882 on the site of a baroque church. The cathedral was designed by the Viennese architect Karl Rösner, the furniture of Hermann Bollé.
Đurđevi Stupovi is one of the oldest Serbian monasteries. Completed in 1171, the monastery houses valuable 13th century murals and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979.
The Łańcut synagogue, built in 1761 on the site of a former wooden synagogue, is one of the most valuable monuments of Jewish religious architecture in Poland. Restored in the 19th century, the synagogue was burned down during the Second World War, destroying most of its interior. Rescued in extremis from demolition in the 1950s, the synagogue was restored in 1960 and is now used as a Jewish museum.