Christmas is almost here and there’s no better Christmas plan than to celebrate it by visiting one of the Churches and praising Lord Jesus. Wondering where to go? Here are some of the most beautiful churches in the world to visit on Christmas:
Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar Zaragoza, Spain
The Basilica of Our Lady of the Pillar Zaragoza is a Roman Catholic church in the city of Aragon, Spain. This is one of the most beautiful churches in the world, and the sunset and sunrise here are beautiful! This church was built in 2nd century, which was then resorted again in 1680, the beauty and the aura of the church remains intact though.
St. Alphonsa Church, Delhi
Tucked in the midst of the opulent Vasant Kunj houses, this pretty little church holds its charm. As beautiful the location, this holy abode stands with pride. St. Alphonsa’s Church offers services in three languages English, Hindi and Korean. The Church is filled with detailed carvings and sculptures, the wood detailing also give a very light feeling to this church. Definitely one of the best places in Delhi to celebrate Christmas.
Infant Jesus Church, Bangalore
The Infant Jesus Church is a Roman Catholic church in Bangalore and was established in 1971. The church is dedicated to infant Jesus and built to commemorate the historic Infant Jesus Church of Prague. The Church fits about 2500 people but during Christmas this Church overflows with joy and prayers to the Lord Jesus as over 10,000 people come here. One of the best Churches in Bangalore to head for in Christmas.
Cathedral Church of the Redemption, Delhi
Also known as the Viceroy Church, this is a beautiful Church in North Avenue in Delhi. It is located east of Rashtrapati Bhavan and is one of the most famous and beautiful churches in New Delhi. The colours of this church are soft and in being tone, which gives the Church a very royal feel. The glimpse of royalty can be seen in the Church and it was used by the British Viceroy during the pre – independence era.
Notre-Dame de la Garde, Marseille, France
This is the city’s best known symbol and is Marseille’s highest point, La Garde (162m). Built between 1853 and 1864, it is decorated with coloured marble and is a stunning sight. Don’t forget to climb the hilltop which gives a 360 degree view of the city!
So visit these churches and make your Christmas bright and beautiful.