Priory Notre-Dame of Charity-sur-Loire is a Benedictine priory funded in 1059 as “daughter-house” of the Cluny abbey, in Burgundy. Closed in 1791, the priory was listed as a historical monument in 1840 and inscribed in 1998 on the UNESCO World Heritage List under the Camino de Santiago Pilgrimage Route.
An incredible 16th century monastery, nestled in the cliffs of the Lussius Ravine, part of the mountainous Arcadia region. A 20 minute walk along a cliffside path leads to this extraordinary hidden gem.
The Propsteikirche St. Johannes Baptist is the only Catholic church in the old city wall of Dortmund. It was built in the 14th century as an abbey of a Dominican monastery.
The first Wesleyan Methodist chapel was built in 1786 in the district known as The Wong or Cagthorpe. It was replaced by a new chapel on the same site in 1806.
The church of Raard is on a high mound. It is a typical Romanesque church, seen from the thick walls and small windows.
The monastery of Radu Voda seems to have been built for the first time in the 16th century. But having been damaged by fires (1595) and earthquakes (1829, 1838), the monastery was completely redesigned until the 19th century.
The chapel is above the old stables built at Raithby Hall in 1779 by the then owner Robert Carr Brackenbury. It is one of the oldest Methodist chapels still in use in the country, and the oldest in the county of Lincolnshire, having been opened by John Wesley on 5th July 1779. The chapel retains the original dado rail below a segmental vaulted ceiling.
Read between the lines church was designed by Pieterjan Gijs and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh in 2011. This open-air church is entirely made of steel.
With a beautiful tower and sober interior, the Redbadcherke in Jorwert is a fine example of a Romanesque church. The front church has recently been renovated. The church is also used as a base for Stifting Nijkleaster.
The Sint Radboud's church is a medieval church. It is an early 12th century Romanesque building.