Category Archives: religious architecture

June Squares : Rooves / 16

The interior of a synagogue roof, Krakow: Linked to June Squares at Becky’s here Advertisements

June Squares : Rooves / 16

The interior of a synagogue roof, Krakow: Linked to June Squares at Becky’s here

June Squares : Rooves / 12

On Sunday, I showed the interior of the delightful little  Jaszczurówka wooden church in the Tatra mountains – actually, the Sacred Heart Chapel. It was built around 1904, and I found this information  here Well, here’s the external roofscape. Rather

June Squares : Rooves / 12

On Sunday, I showed the interior of the delightful little  Jaszczurówka wooden church in the Tatra mountains – actually, the Sacred Heart Chapel. It was built around 1904, and I found this information  here Well, here’s the external roofscape. Rather

June Squares: Rooves/2

My second post for this prompt from Becky, sees more interesting rooves from Poland: Another one, from the recent trip to Krakow, and there will be plenty more. Linked to Becky’s June Squares here    

June Squares: Rooves/2

My second post for this prompt from Becky, sees more interesting rooves from Poland: Another one, from the recent trip to Krakow, and there will be plenty more. Linked to Becky’s June Squares here    

W is for Wieskirche

One year we travelled along the German Romantic road in Bavaria, and having done my research, we stopped off at the little church at the hamlet of Wies, the Wieskirche. It was a late September afternoon, and it was a

W is for Wieskirche

One year we travelled along the German Romantic road in Bavaria, and having done my research, we stopped off at the little church at the hamlet of Wies, the Wieskirche. It was a late September afternoon, and it was a

V is for Viscri

For V, I have chosen Viscri, a village in rural Transylvania, reached by a very potholed unmade road when we visited. It has a wonderful solid old Saxon fortified church, the DeutschWeisskirche. First up, a slideshow of the village: ….and

V is for Viscri

For V, I have chosen Viscri, a village in rural Transylvania, reached by a very potholed unmade road when we visited. It has a wonderful solid old Saxon fortified church, the DeutschWeisskirche. First up, a slideshow of the village: ….and

O is for Oybin

For O I shall go for Oybin. Oybin is a municipality in the district Görlitz, in Saxony, Germany, located very close to the border of the Czech Republic. (Wikipedia) We went over a decade ago, travelling from Zittau to Oybin

O is for Oybin

For O I shall go for Oybin. Oybin is a municipality in the district Görlitz, in Saxony, Germany, located very close to the border of the Czech Republic. (Wikipedia) We went over a decade ago, travelling from Zittau to Oybin

I is for Ieud

A visit to Romania almost a decade ago saw us visiting wooden churches. One such was at Ieud, in Maramures: ..and a detail of the interior:

I is for Ieud

A visit to Romania almost a decade ago saw us visiting wooden churches. One such was at Ieud, in Maramures: ..and a detail of the interior: