Louis Cathedral (Cathedral-Basilica of St. Louis, King of France) in New Orleans. It's the oldest Catholic cathedral in use in the US -- just steps away from Bourbon Street in Jackson Square. Toured the cathedral in Jan 2013 - beautiful!
I chose this photo show off the color of the buildings in use during this time. I love how the pearl white really makes this building pop out more! Duomo, Milan Cathedral - Italy The Gothic cathedral took nearly six centuries to complete.
Panteleimon’s Cathedral, Kiev, Ukraine - or St. Pantaleona is a large Eastern Orthodox cathedral in Kiev and is considered a high point in Russian Revival ecclesiastical architecture. It was built by Yevgeny Yermakov between 1905 and The build
Christ on the cross and the scissor arches of Wells Cathedral. During the century the central supports of the crossing (the junction of a Cathedral's four arms) were found to be sinking. In 1338 Bishop Ralph (stop sniggering at the back) of Salisb