From Asia’s largest Baptist church to churches shaped like stars and ships, you’ll want to visit these places of worship in India.
By 1828, over 600 free and enslaved Black parishioners came together to worship here each Sunday. Almost 250 years later, we’re finally learning more of their story.
This architectural style reached new heights in this coastal country.
From subterranean chapels to churches decorated with human bones, these are some of the world’s most awe-inspiring houses of worship.
Neapolitans and a succession of mainly foreign dynasties have created some captivating places of worship.
The hometown of the Catholic Church naturally offers some of the best places of worship in the entire world.
A heavenly stay!
The Sunset Chapel, which sits atop a hillside in Acapulco, Mexico, was constructed for a very distinct reason: to celebrate the duality of worship.
Artists used a unique method to create the massive installation.