7 Christian Landmarks from Around the World

With mega-cathedrals that took decades to build in Europe and sights throughout Israel, it’s sometimes easy to forget that the Gospel message is for all peoples, and has in fact been spread to all the earth. These achievements of engineering and architecture throughout the world show Christian history and devotion everywhere.

These lesser-known landmarks will leave you in awe!

San Thome Cathedral, Madras, India

Christianity has been practiced in India for nearly 2,000 years. The Saint Thomas Christians – so named due to their tradition that they were taught by Thomas the Apostle – have been a small but vibrant community for centuries. Built over the tomb of Saint Thomas, this basilica originally opened in the 1500s and was reconstructed in 1893.

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