The Cathedral of Junk in Austin, Texas is a must-do for tourists and Austinites alike!

The Cathedral of Junk in Austin, Texas is a must-do for tourists and Austinites alike!

The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist | Savannah GA. This is a breathtakingly beautiful church inside

The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist | Savannah GA. This is a breathtakingly beautiful church inside

Gothic Study Hall    Gothic Study Hall inside the Cathedral of Learning, University of Pittspurgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Gothic Study Hall Gothic Study Hall inside the Cathedral of Learning, University of Pittspurgh, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Cathedral Plaza, Seville, Spain. Visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/

Cathedral Plaza, Seville, Spain. Visit the slowottawa.ca boards >> http://www.pinterest.com/slowottawa/

The Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth, built in the 13th Century, is perhaps the best known surviving medieval labyrinth. It is a tool for contemplation and meditation, the Christian mandala representing spiritual growth and eventual union.

The Chartres Cathedral Labyrinth, built in the 13th Century, is perhaps the best known surviving medieval labyrinth. It is a tool for contemplation and meditation, the Christian mandala representing spiritual growth and eventual union.

The Most Exotic Beaches In The World | Beach of the Cathedrals (Playa de las Catedrales) | Ribadeo, Spain | Travel

The Most Exotic Beaches In The World | Beach of the Cathedrals (Playa de las Catedrales) | Ribadeo, Spain | Travel

The St Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral, Nice, France, was opened in 1912. Since the mid-19th century, Russian nobility visited Nice and the French Riviera, following the fashion established decades earlier by the English upper class and nobility. The cathedral was consecrated in December 1912 in memory of Nicholas, brother of Alexander III, who died in Nice. The cathedral was constructed thanks to the generosity of Nikolay II; today it is the largest Russian Orthodox cathedral in Western Europe.

The St Nicholas Orthodox Cathedral, Nice, France, was opened in 1912. Since the mid-19th century, Russian nobility visited Nice and the French Riviera, following the fashion established decades earlier by the English upper class and nobility. The cathedral was consecrated in December 1912 in memory of Nicholas, brother of Alexander III, who died in Nice. The cathedral was constructed thanks to the generosity of Nikolay II; today it is the largest Russian Orthodox cathedral in Western Europe.

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