New 2020 year! The Church of St. Igor of Chernigov is a Russian Orthodox church in the Novo-Peredelkino District of the Western Administrative Okrug in Moscow. It is dedicated to St. Igor of Chernigov and Kiev. It is located near the summer residence of the Patriarch of Moscow and All Russia in Novo-Peredelkino.More
Sant Esteve d´Andorra la Vella church. Ink drawing by Joan MañéMore
Sant Miquel d´Engolasters church, Andorra. Ink drawing by Joan MañéMore
Sant Joan de Caselles church, Canillo, Andorra. Ink drawing by Joan Mañé
Valday Iversky Monastery is a Russian Orthodox monastery founded by Patriarch Nikon in 1653. The monastery is located on an island in Lake Valdayskoye in Valdaysky District of Novgorod Oblast, Russia, close to the town of Valday.
In the 17th century, the Valday Iversky Monastery was one of the most influential monasteries in Russia and a …More
Romanesque-Lombard church consecrated by Bishop Eribau d’Urgell around 1040. Cataloged as a Cultural Heritage of National Interest in 1949. In 1978 it was restored and opened for visitors.
Coordinates: 41°51′14.41″N 02°13′28.05″EMore
The monastery of Santa Maria de Bellpuig de les Avellanes (cat. El monestir de Santa Maria de Bellpuig de les Avellanes) is an old abbey of canons ruled by the order of Saint Augustine. It is in the municipality of Os de Balaguer, in the region of La Noguera. It was declared a historic and artistic …More
Sant Sadurní d’Arenys d’Empordà (cat. Sant Sadurní d’Arenys d’Empordà) is a religious building in the municipality of Garrigàs (Alt Empordà) included in the Inventory of the Architectural Heritage of Catalonia.
The building of the temple of Sant Sadurní is located on a hill 2.5 kilometers from Garrigàs. This church has a single nave with a semicircular …More
The Sanctuary de la Mare de Déu de Lord (cat. El Santuari de la Mare de Déu de Lord) is a church declared a cultural asset of national interest of Sant Llorenç de Morunys (Solsonès).
It is a temple with one nave, covered with a barrel vault on transverse arches, and side chapels located between …More
Notre Dame de Marceille Basilica (French: La Basilique Notre-Dame de Marceille) is a church in the Southern Gothic style (XIV-XV centuries), dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Its location is on the hill not far from the Limoux town in Occitania. The basilica resembles in its architectural style the St. Vincent Church (l’église Saint-Vincent) in Carcassonne.