The modest sized Grade II* church of the Assumption is at least 12th century in origin.
The church of Ginnum dates from the twelfth century. The building now serves as a studio for visual artists. To this end, the original furniture has been removed. In the choir a red-colored mural can be seen.
The 18th century church in Augsbuurt is mainly visited because of the special pulpit and the beautiful mourning signs. It is a simple brick building with a tower that was built later, in 1917.
San Maurizio al Monastero Maggiore is an early Christian church rebuilt in the 16th century. The interior is decorated with a vast cycle of frescoes and is referred to as the "Sistine Chapel" of Milan.
Ávila Cathedral is a fortified Gothic church founded in the 12th century. It is considered one of the first Gothic cathedrals in Spain and, since 1985, has been part of UNESCO's World Heritage List along with the old city of Ávila.
After a major restoration, the 19th century church of Baaium looks beautiful again. The church can be considered very special, both inside and out; there is, among other things, a baptismal font from the fifteenth century.
Baeza Cathedral was founded in the 12th century on the site of an old mosque. The building is part of the Renaissance monumental complex of Baeza which, together with Úbeda, was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003.
The Shri Swaminarayan Mandir or Neasden Temple is a Hindu temple in London, owned by the Hindu world organization BAPS. Built from 1993 to 1995 in India, the temple was then assembled in London. The marble building is one of the largest Hindu temples outside Europe.
Alone in the fens between Bardeny and Wragby, this humble church has been used for worship for almost 150 years.
Between Blauwhuis and IJlst, along the ancient winding dikes that protected the people in former times against the Middelzee, is the church of Westhem. It lies on a mound and is dedicated to Saint Bartholomew.