Our Lady of Perpetual Help

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Our Lady of Perpetual Help

The current church underwent a major renovation in 2000, and was refreshed again at it’s 100th anniversary in 2012, and is a popular destination for weddings, with the longest aisle in Kansas City and its old world French Gothic architecture, beautiful stained glass windows, and five spectacular Carrera marble altars hand-carved in Italy.

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St. Rupert's Church (Ruprechtskirche)

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St. Rupert's Church (Ruprechtskirche)

St. Rupert's Church is a Romanesque church in Vienna, Austria. Traditionally considered to be the oldest church in the city, St. Rupert's Church is dedicated to Saint Rupert of Salzburg, patron saint of the salt merchants of Vienna.

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St. Stephen's Cathedral (Stephansdom)

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St. Stephen's Cathedral (Stephansdom)

Today′s Stephansdom was built between 1359 when Rudolf IV laid the foundation stone for a new cathedral that was meant to emphasize the role of Vienna as a capital, and the early 20th century, when some of the choirs and chapels were finished.

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Maltese Church (Malteserkirche)

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Maltese Church (Malteserkirche)

The Church of Saint John the Baptist, or Malteserkirche, is one of the most important sites in Vienna. Its history is invariably linked to that of the Maltese Order, after which it is named.

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Salzburg Cathedral

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Salzburg Cathedral

The cathedral is very much the centerpiece of Salzburg. Here, there is much to discover: the baptismal font, the crypt, the art installation “Vanitas”, as well as the chest containing relics of Saints Rupert and Virgil. In addition, many secrets are associated with the seven bells as well as the three entrance doors. If you take a close look, you will even find 370-year-old graffiti scratched into the marble entranceway. (https://www.salzburg.info/en/sights/churches-cemeteries/salzburger-cathedral)

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Saint Pierre Montrouge Church

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Saint Pierre Montrouge Church

In Petit-Montrouge, it was Émile Vaudremer, architect of the City of Paris (price of Rome 1854) who built, between 1860 and 1870, our church Saint-Pierre-de-Montrouge (while building simultaneously, in the neighboring neighborhood of Health, the prison of the same name).

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Royal Chapel of Versailles

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Royal Chapel of Versailles

The chapel was dedicated to Saint Louis, the patron saint of the king and an ancestor of the royal house, and included references to the Sainte-Chapelle of Paris which he had founded.

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Saint Honore Church in Eylau

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Saint Honore Church in Eylau

The new church Saint-Honoré-d'Eylau is characterized by its architectural lightness and open space resulting from the presence of thin metal pillars that do not break the view.

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