ITT: Post a picture of your local Cathedral. Yes, denomination matters.
Luckily, living near Jerusalem, I have the Holy Sepulcher as mine. It's got 6 different denominations - Roman Catholic, Greek Orthodox, Armenian Orthodox, Coptic, Ethiopian Orthodox, and Syriacs. They've brought all their unique art, chanting and architecture to their various parts of the Church.
Esztergom Basilica, the seat of Hungarian Catholic Church.
Built inside a medieval castle.
Can't really find good enough interior pics that do justice to its massive proportions and sizes.
Not a cathedral, but I live across the street from it.
fun fact, this church was in Rocky
Philadelphia isn't a good looking city desu
Liverpool catholic cathedral.
St.Peter in Chains, Cincinnati.
Pretty Masonic desu, the one in Convington KY is more classic looking.
Cathedral Basilica of the Immaculate Conception, Denver, Colorado.
John Paul II even held a mass here.
>find out my synod doesn't have a cathedral
>find out that my favorite pastor as a child became Bishop
This made my day. Thanks for making me look this up, OP.
This is my cathedral, though it's about 900 miles away.
Syriac churches looking good, there is definitely no ethnic cleansing going on.
Not as old - the old 1600's one was buttdestroyed by the Japs in WWII- but at least the altarpiece and the Peruvian Silver Virgin Mary survived.
At least it's still being used unlike European Cathedrals.
The closest cathedral to me is the cathedral of diocese of the French Armed Forces, Saint-Louis-des-Invalide, dedicated to the sufferings and honors of war.
It's only church with French flags permanently in it, and there are also captured foreign flags. Pic related.
Since I'm not a soldier, the cathedral of my diocese would be Notre-Dame de Paris, but of course everybody knows that one.
Picture of the outside of the the Invalides. It's also the Museum of the Army, an hospital and retirement home for veterans, and the tomb of Napoléon.
I forgot to say that there used to be around 1500 flags, taken during the wars of Louis XIV, Louis XV, Louis XVI, the Revolutionary wars and the Napoleonic wars that were all burned before Paris fell in 1814.
St Giles' Cathedral
The High Kirk of Edinburgh
Apparently it can be seen at least 30 miles away in any direction.
Oldest gothic cathedral in germany, survived the complete destruction of the city in the thirty-years war and the bombings of WWII.
Cathedral of Valencia, also known as Saint Mary's Cathedral. No, it's not a synagogue.
There was a gothic revival in the 19th century. I'm sure another revival will be along in due course. Right now we're in the throes of a pseudo-georgian revival in the suburbs in the UK. Google "new build persimmon" and take in the blight that taking hold over brownfield sites all around the country.
Rio de Janeiro.
Fucking disgusting, never set my foot there.
Cleanest photo i could get in one minute
This one is located at Lima's central district, at the central square ("plaza de armas" is the spanish name of the square). It had to be rebuilt a number of times since its inaguration in 1538, so it isnt the same cathedral as it was initially.
considering its built on top of the biggest hill in the county
>tfw I work there