In architecture, a gargoyle is a carved or formed grotesque with a spout designed
to convey water ...
Gargoyles are put on churches for a reason - they tell churchgoers what they face
without their faith.
A multitude of gargoyles haunt the medieval buildings of Western Europe,
peering down from churches, cathedrals, houses and town halls. Clinging to
The great majority of gargoyles and grotesques in Gothic architecture, they ... The
preponderance of heads in church grotesques can be traced to the Celts, who ...
Architects often designed buildings with multiple gargoyles to direct the flow of
rainwater. ... Some experts believe they were popular on churches because of
This led to some calling the monster a protector and placing similar carved
pieces on churches and other important buildings. The Tower of London in
Mar 10, 2014 ... The traditional gargoyle is a horrendous creature who leers out of medieval
church walls. But people have continued making gargoyles right up ...
Nov 5, 2012 ... The gargoyle often makes his perch On a cathedral or a church Where, mid
ecclesiastic style He smiles an early Gothic smile ~~Oliver Herford ...
Sep 5, 2009 ... nobody talks about the Catholic Church gargoyles of men (?) ... very strange and
scary... could you PLEASE find these Gargoyles and do a Vid.
Apr 22, 2013 ... In architecture, a gargoyle is a carved stone grotesque, usually made of granite,
with a spout ... Marble Church, Bodelwyddan – Clwyd, Wales.