Picture Storytelling: The Never-Ending Churches

“If there’s one thing you’ll see a ton in Europe, it’ll be churches.” -a friend


If there is a unique yet consistent element that stands out among the many pictures I have taken and admire when scrolling through, it would be the churches.

     I am by no means a religious person, simply put I “live and let live.” Yet regardless of what religion one is, one can admire the history, architecture, and the beauty of art that is present in churches. The churches that I’ve visited and stumbled upon by curiosity, all tell a story specific to its location and history, which provides an enriching cultural insight.

Here are some snapshots of the churches I’ve been to:

Basilica La Sagrada Familia (Barcelona, Spain): 

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Notre-Dame Cathedral (Paris, France):

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Sainte-Chapelle (Paris, France): 

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Sant’Andrea della Valle (Rome, Italy): 

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What are some of your favorite churches that you’ve been to? 🙂 Let me know below!


3 thoughts on “Picture Storytelling: The Never-Ending Churches

  1. Oh God! That quote is sooo! True!!! So many church. Honestly, one day in Europe and went to like three churches within 2 hours. Haha we were so tried of seeing church. Beautiful photos btw 🙂

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