Religious Landscape: My journey A travel Diary

Christian religious architecture:

I went to the church of our savior on the spilled blood, in St Petersburg russia, which symbolizes the resurrection of christ. both the interior and exterior of the church are covered in detailed mosaic tiles, creating a very beautiful and colorful architecture.

Islam religious architecture:

The Blue mosque, also known as the Sultan Ahmed Mosque, is located in istanbul turkey. It was constructed during the rule of Ahmed and was nicknamed the blue mosque because of the blue lights that shine on it at night, as well as for the blue mosaic tiles that cover the interior.

Judaism Religious architecture:

the wailing wall is a surviving remain of the temple mount in jerusalem which stood many years ago. People come to this wall to pray and was named the wailing wall because of the people who cry while praying.

Buddhism Religious architecture:

The great stupa is the oldest stone structure in india and was commissioned by the emperor Ashoka. It is so well known because the bricks were placed over Buddhas relics.

Hinduism religious architecture:

The kailasa templeis one of the largest rock cut hindu temples in Ellora, Maharashtra, India. The temple is generally attributed to the 8th century Rashtrakuta king Krishna I.
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Gabrielle Houser


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