Cathedrals/Holy sites

St. Paul's Cathedral, London

Request: I live further away from Westminster Abbey (Cal. 790) and am curious about St Paul's, which is very nearby.

Columbarium at St. Andrew's church, Sedona

"a beautiful sacred space where the cremated remains of loved ones may be laid to rest and cared for in perpetuity." It is the site of David R. Hawkins' relics.

Chapel of the Holy Cross, Sedona

Roman Catholic church "rated #1 of the 10 Best Attractions in Sedona." The construction supervisor was Fred Coukos, who built the chapel in 18 months at a cost of US$300,000. The chapel was completed in 1956. --

Lincoln Cathedral

Construction commenced in 1072 and continued in several phases throughout the High Middle Ages. Like many of the medieval cathedrals of England, it was built in the Early Gothic style --wikipedia

St. Nicholas Church, Hamburg

The bombing of Hamburg in World War II destroyed the bulk of the church. The removal of the rubble left only its crypt, its site and tall-spired tower, largely hollow save for a large set of bells. These ruins continue to serve as a memorial and an important architectural landmark. --wikipedia

Sagrada Família

cathedral in Barcelona, Spain, that was designed by Antonio Gaudí. Begun in 1882 and still unfinished --

Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

Originally a Greek Orthodox cathedral from AD 532, the site has changed between being a mosque and a museum since the fall of the Byzantine Empire. It is currently a mosque --wikipedia

Frauenkirche (Cathedral of Our Dear Lady), Munich

I visited here, today, so I have some additional calibrations, including the rendering of Christ on the cross and the crypt chapel.