Cultural Sightseeing By: tyren neasman

The Taj Mahal (Left) and the Meenakshi Amman Temple (Right)

I walked up to the Taj mahal and saw the glistening reflection of the river in front of it, as I walked along the walkway and saw a ton of other people. The patterns on the building, inside and out, were fantastic. The dome itself would change colors depending on the time of day it was and no matter where you were in the city you could still see its beauty. The Meenakshi Amman Temple is huge on the inside with more than one tower. The attention to detail on the towers is phenomenal. There were so many different statues along the walls and on the pillars.

The Borobudur (Left) and the Shwedagon Pagoda (Right)

The Borobudur Temple is the largest Buddhist temple known to man. It is made interiorly out of stone and took almost a century to finish the whole building. The architecture in the building is amazing, and breathtaking. It was built during the 8th and 9th century but was abandoned then restored and now we can go and visit. The Shwedagon Pagoda is absolutely beautiful and made of gold you can see from miles away. It reflects all day and night as it's always a sight to see. The designs on the temple are gorgeous. This is an absolute wonder as it is so big.

Jubilee Synagogue (Left) and the Eldridge Street Synagogue (Right)

The Jubilee Synagogue is the youngest and biggest synagogue in Prague. It is huge with holding 850 seats and has an upper balcony. The synagogue is brightly colored on the outside with a Star of David on the outside. The Eldridge Street Synagogue is wonderfully designed on the inside and has a nice homey feel to it. It has an upstairs and a nice balcony to seat more people. The photo shows some of the inside and how it is decorated with an amazing chandelier hanging in the center of the room.

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre (All)

All of these photos show how amazing the architecture is in this church. It is very big and is very beautiful. The structure in the building is amazing. It has grand entrances and large hallways full with sculptures and decoration.

The Quba Mosque

The Quba Mosque is a very well designed building and the first building for Islamic worship. The Mosque is grand and the roofing on the inside of the building is awesome. The floors are nice and soft, and the library is grand. The Mosque is very beautiful and a looks very nice at night as well as day. It looks like a grand castle as you pass by.

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Tyren Neasman


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