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09 October 2009

1884 – St. Peters Church, Bournemouth, Dorset

Architects: Lawson & Donkin

07 October 2009

15th C – Iglesia de San Vicente, Toledo, Spain

Architect: There only remains the apse from the Mudejar church, known in Toledo as the Cubillo (Tower) of San Vicente. The body of the church was rebuilt in the 14th and 15th Centuries,...

06 October 2009

1940s – Basilica de Macarana, Seville, Spain

This 1940s church, which is home to the most adored religious image in all of Andalucía, the 17th-century Virgen de la Esperanza (Hope) sculpture. Commonly known simply as La Macarena, she is the...

06 October 2009

15th C – Iglesia de Sta Ana, Granada, Andalusia, Spain

Architect: The Church of St Anne, built in the 15th Century on top of a mosque; it is a simple building with a fine ornate doorway and belltower.

05 October 2009

1879 – Church of St. John the Evangelist, Wentbridge, Yorkshire

Architect: Arthur W. Blomfield “We have already published Mr. Arthur W. Blomfield’s big drawing of Denton Hall from this year’s Royal Academy Exhibition, and to-day we are enabled to give the only other...

05 October 2009

1879 – Church, Manningham, Bradford, Yorkshire

Architect: T.H. & F. Healey Perspective of church for Victor Road, including ground plan as published in The Building News, October 24th 1879. “The church is intended to be built in one of...

02 October 2009

1888 – Church of St. Paul, Hammersmith, London

Architect: Seddon & Gough “Our illustration shows the design for the new church which is shortly to take the place of the present unsightly and inconvenient building. The plan shows a nave 103ft....

02 October 2009

1884 – Church of St. Swithin, Lincoln, Lincolnshire

Architect: James Fowler View from the southwest as published in The Building News, December 5th 1884. From The Building News, 1868: “HE parish church of St. Swithin was at one time the largest...

02 October 2009

1572 – Jerónimos Monastery, Lisbon

Architect: Diogo de Boytaca / Joao de Castilho Parallel to the bank of the Tagus and measuring almost 300m, stands one of Portugal’s most famous buildings, the former Hieronymite Convent. The convent complex...