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Christian Sites Around The World

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bridgett Dill

on 23 June 2015

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By Bridgett dill
Christian Sites Around The World
Some believe this church is one of the most important Christian sites in Jerusalem. It is regarded as the place where Jesus was crucified.
This is an Armenian monastery Saint Gregory the Illuminator was imprisoned for 14 years
Khor Virap, Armenia
This is a basilica church is inspired by a miraculous event when a deaf-mute child spoke and said she was called to by the Mestiza. It is said to have healing powers.
Las Lajas Catherdral, Ipiales, Colombia
With a height of 103 metres, this cathedral is the tallest church in the world. The original church took more than 40 years to build.
Cathedral of Christ the Savior, Moscow
Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem
Cathedral of Saint Sava, Belgrade, Serbia.
This is one of the largest Orthodox churches in the world. It is dedicated to Saint Sava who was the founder of the Serbian Orthodox Church.
Notre Dame Cathedral, Southern Vietnam
This cathedral is located on Ho Chi Minh City and was constructed by french colonists. It is officially known as the Basilica of Our Lady of The Immaculate Conception
Gergeti Trinity Church, Georgia (country)
This church is located under Mount Kazbegi and has an elevation of 2170 metres. It was built in the 14th century.
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