Garden Grove, California: Crystal Cathedral
The idea for this post came from a recent visit to Anaheim in which my fiancé introduced me to the Crystal Cathedral.
London, England: Westminster Abbey
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the style of this cathedral is Gothic architecture.
Washington, DC: Washington National Cathedral
This cathedral is of the neo-Gothic style and is part of the Episcopal Church.
Barcelona, Spain: La Sagrada Familia
To me, this is the most interesting of the cathedrals in the world.
Paris, France: Cathedrale Notre Dame de Paris
It is one of the most known cathedrals in the world and listed in my Paris post as one of my favorite sites in the city of lights.
New Orleans, Louisiana: Saint Louis Cathedral
The Cathedral-Basilica of Saint Louis King of France is located in New Orleans. If you have been to the French Quarter you have likely seen this church.
Florence, Italy: Cattedrale di Santa Maria del Fiore
Built between 1296 and 1436 this cathedral is Roman Catholic of the Gothic style and is also a Minor Basilica.
New York: St. Patrick’s Cathedral
It is of the neo-Gothic architecture style and is part of the Roman Catholic Church. The original church buildings date back to the early 1800s.
The cathedral holds a crypt where members of the church are entombed including John Joseph Cardinal O’Connor.
Palma de Mallorca: The Cathedral of Santa Maria
Last fall I approached this cathedral on the sea and I literally had to catch my breath! The building commenced in 1229 but was not complete until 1601.
French Riviera: Saint Nicholas Cathedral
Beyond religion-think beauty, sophistication, and romance and you have Saint Nicholas Cathedral in Monaco. Located in the Monaco-Ville area.