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Churches, Temples, Mosques, etc.
Directory > Arts > Architecture > Churches, Temples, Mosques, etc.



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Angkor Wat, 2
This is another view at Angkor Wat. There are many smaller temples within the grounds, and the buildings are extremely old, but very well in tact.
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Angkor Wat
Angkor Wat is a Buddhist temple built in the 12th century. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Cambodia.
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Cathedral of Seville
A photo of the Cathedral of Seville, a truly spectacular cathedral inside and out. At the time that I went to the Cathedral, there was a wedding procession, ...
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Sistine Chapel Ceiling
View of Michaelangelo's famous Sistine Chapel Ceiling in Vatican Museum, Rome
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Sistine Chapel Ceiling
Rome/Vatican, Michaelangelo's Sistine Chapel Ceiling
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Caracol Steps
Tourists ascending the steps of the main temple at Caracol. Belize
Curriculum: History/Social Science
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Hawaiian Church
This is a picture of a Church on the Big Island of Hawaii.
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al-Husayn Mosque
The al-Husayn Mosque is a nineteenth-century mosque built on the site of the Eastern Palace of Fâtimids in Cairo. (Keywords: Islam, Muslim, religion)
Curriculum: History/Social Science
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Al-Azhar
Al-Azhar University is a premier Egyptian institution of higher learning, world-renowned for its position as a center of Islamic scholarship and education. I...
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Dome
Inside a church in Paris, there was this beautifully intricate dome with windows and paintings (Keywords: religion, arch, artwork)


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