Historic Churches

A group devoted to showcasing historic churches of the world

Recent Work

  • Galileo's pendulum, in nave of Cathedral Pisa Italy 198407110031m by Fred Mitchell
  • Santa Maria Assunta by phil decocco
  • Decoration of Cell di Cosimo di Medici in monastery San Marco Florence Italy 19840714 0017 by Fred Mitchell
  • Orvieto Rose by phil decocco
  • Jesus in the garden, Fra Angelico Monastery cell San Marco Florence Italy 19840714 0016 by Fred Mitchell
  • St George Island by Trish Meyer
  • Fra Angelico, Deposition of Jesus in a cell of San Marco Monastery Florence Italy 19840714 0015 by Fred Mitchell
  • Umbrian Art by phil decocco
  • Visit of the Magi Baptistery Florence Italy 198407120003 by Fred Mitchell
  • Harvard Memorial Church  by clizzio
  • Apse Cathedral Pisa Italy 198407110033m by Fred Mitchell
  • Apocalypse, Baptistery Florence Italy 198407120009 by Fred Mitchell

About This Group

The Historic Churches site has been created to encourage others to showcase churches within their community or throughout history. Maybe some have just captured the imagination throughout life or travel. Churches have played an important part in society throughout the ages and have provided a safe haven for many. They have been responsible for the recording of births, deaths and marriages as well as providing education and solace to many. This group will be looking to show the world the beauty, the grandeur or in some instances the humble structures that have been a place of worship for many denominations.

All images are to include the name of the church, where it is located and a short (or long) history of when it was established

Please post your best shots to the group to help make this a real showcase.
Please LIMIT your submissions to three (3) per day

For our Canadian friends or those who have visited Canada … maybe you would like to add your work to the “Canadian Historical & Pioneer Sites Group":http://www.redbubble.com/groups/canadian-histor... – I’m sure the group host, Mike Oxley would love to have your work in the group.

See the group rules and join this group here