Posts Tagged ‘Cathedral Architecture’

Sao Paulo Cathedral

Sao Paulo Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Sao Paulo, Brazil. It is also known as the Sao Paulo See Metropolitan Cathedral, the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of the city. It is known for its Neo-Gothic style of construction, which took about four decades to complete. It is also considered as

Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Cathedral is the head church of the Diocese of Glasgow. It is located north of High Street and east of Cathedral Street, right beside the Glasgow Royal Infirmary and right in the heart of Glasgow, Scotland’s largest city. It is also called as the High Kirk of Glasgow, St. Kentigern’s or St. Mungo’s Cathedral.

Votive Church Vienna

The Votive Church in Vienna, Austria is considered as one of the more notable neo-Gothic churches today. It is specifically located at the Ringstrasse in the district of Alsergrund near the University of Vienna. Its existence was made possible by a stroke of history that may be unlike how other churches may have originated. It

Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral

The Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in Mexico City, situated on top of a former Aztec sacred precinct. It is considered to be the largest as well as the oldest cathedral in the Americas. It is also known as the Metropolitan Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary of Mexico City.

Brasilia Cathedral

Brasilia Cathedral is a unique and striking Roman Catholic cathedral and landmark located in Brasilia, Brazil. It serves as the seat of the archdiocese of Brasilia. It is officially known as the Metropolitan Cathedral of Our Lady Aparecida, who is also known as the Queen and Patroness of Brazil. Brasilia Cathedral History the cornerstone for