By all means, the Hallgrimskirkja Church/Cathedral is a landmark worth seeing if you’re visiting Reykjavik, Iceland (whether for a long visit or a short visit). It was completed in 1986 (year before my birth), but took 41 years to build and was designed by architect(s), Gudjon Samuelsson and was designed in the “Expressionist” architecture and designed in a way to resemble the basalt lava flows of some of Iceland’s landscapes. It’s a Lutheran Church…
Inside of the Hallgrimskirkja Church/Cathedral in Reykjavik, Iceland.
From my March, 2013 trip to France… a shot of Saint Christophe Cathedral… definitely a must-see, both inside & out. It was built between 1725 & 1750 and has been a national monument of France since 1930.
From my March, 2013 trip to France at a large park or nature reserve (Lac Malsaucy) near the City of Belfort and even closer to the Village of La Chapelle Sous Chaux.
Driving around Grosmagny or Giromagny, France with relatives… villages, communes, towns, or suburbs (whatever you want to call them) of the City of Belfort. From my March, 2013 trip to France.
Picture from my March, 2013 trip to France… somewhere in the suburbs of the City of Belfort. I believe this was in Giromagny.
From my March, 2013 trip to France to see relatives… Here’s a church we saw in the suburbs of Belfort (don’t remember the name of the town or village we were in). Can you believe some of these churches took nearly 100 years to build? There’s plenty of similar ones, too!