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1 History of church buildings; 2 The parts of a church; 3 Churches through the ages. 3.1 English churches. 4 Related pages; 5 References; 6 Other websites ...

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Church buildings have been a cornerstone of Christian faith since the beginning, however, their size and construction have changed over the years.

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The parts of a church and the main furnishings: a glossary. Aisle A passageway between the areas of seating or pews, usually going from the back to the front.

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Medieval architects designed most Romanesque and Gothic churches starting with the design of a Roman basilica. But many churches added a part coming out  ...

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A glossary of terms relating to internal features and furnishings in church buildings.

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Click the various parts of the picture below to learn about the various parts of a Catholic church. This diagram is based on the classic, historical cruciform ...

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Architrave A moulded or ornamental band framing a rectangular opening. It is the lintel or beam that rests on the capitals of the columns. Archivolt, ornamental ...

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Photographs of different churches. Churches come in all shapes, sizes and colours. Inside a Church. Altars A table, often with a cross standing on it, on which ...

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Sep 30, 2015 ... Listed for $3.915 million, the Canyon Road property includes a one-bedroom house and two guesthouses.The home incorporates architectural ...