15 Glorious Vertical Panoramic Photographs of Churches, Will Make You Want To Go To Church

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As you walk into the amazing Cathedrals and Churches that dot our planet, your first reaction is to look up towards the towering ceilings, the amazing stained glass, and sculptures. Photographer Richard Silver took panorama and turned it on its side to capture the magic of the vaulted ceilings and glorious testaments to religion. These photos may make you feel dizzy as you scroll through them. You feel as if you are rolling your head back to look towards the ceiling, but instead of stopping, you keep bending over until your completely reverse your view. The images capture the entire beauty of the interior of these amazing churches including, St. Vince de Paul in California, Cathedral of the Holy Name in Mumbai, Dominican Church in Krakow, and St. Mathias in Budapest, just to name a few.

The images give a magical view of the churches providing the feeling of just walking into their glory.

Church of the Transfiguration in Krakow

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St. Cajetan in Goa, India

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The Church of Saint Augustin in Vienna

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St. Andreas in Düsseldorf

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Potosi’s Convent of Santa Teresa in Bolivia

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St. Mary’s Church in Poland

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St. Mathias in Budapest

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Bratislava Church

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Hallgrímskirkja Iceland

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Iglesia de San Francisco in Mexico City

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Dominican Church in Krakow

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Cathedral of the Holy Name in Mumbai

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St Vincent De Paul in California

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Cathedral of Christ the King in Johannesburg

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Franciszkanska Church in Krakow

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Via My Modern Met and Richard Silver Photo

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