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These Churches Make Awe for Recording World Records

Viola J Wolfson
By Viola J Wolfson / December 13, 2017

As many as 30 percents of the world’s population are Christian and cannot count how many churches in the world. In these churches, we will surely find images of Jesus that will remind us of how Jesus loves his people. Of the many churches in the world. There is some church who attract attention and get a world record. If you have enough free time and money, then you can visit these churches and feel the splendor of it.

Some of the world’s leading churches are:

1. The Largest Church
The Church, located in Ivory Coast, has the name of Our Lady of Peace of Yamoussoukro Basilica and is considered the world’s largest church. The building area of ??this church is 30,000 square meters and can accommodate 1800 people congregations. The church was built in 1985 to 1989 at a cost of 300 million US dollars.

2. The Unfinished Church
Cathedral Sagrada in Barcelona has a unique architecture. The construction of this church began in 1882 and has not been completed yet. This church was designed by Antoni Gaudi. The cathedral continues its construction until now and is expected to be completed by 2026.

3. Having a Strange Interior
Sedlec Ossuary in Kutná Hora, Czech Republic is called a church that has a strange interior and is also called a church of bones. This is because in this church there are 40,000 to 70,000 human skulls that adorn the interior. The history of this place is that since the 15th century, there are many people who want to be buried in the cemetery of this church, so that the place is not enough anymore to accommodate the new corpse. Finally, their bones are used as church decorations.

4. Have Architecture Like Lava
Hallgrimur Church in Reykjavik Iceland is so attracted the attention of many tourists. How come? The church is designed to look like a lava that flows throughout the city. In this church, there is also an observatory room that gives visitors an amazing view of the city.

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