The world's quirkiest churches

Saint-Michel d’Aiguilhe, France: Erected in 962 AD, this church sits on a volcanic plug! It's just a quick 268 steps, carved into the rock itself.

Cathedral Of Maringá, Brazil: This cathedral in Paraná is the tallest church in South America.

St. George’s Church, Ethiopia: The rock churches of Lalibela are the largest monolithic temples in the world.

Inflatable Church, England: The first of its kind, this blow-up church was erected in 2003 in Sandown. 

Wieliczka Salt Mine Chapel, Poland: Miners, who worked a life-threatening job, needed religion underground, so they carved chapels directly out of the rock salt.

Las Lajas Sanctuary, Colombia: Located in the small town of Ipiales, this immense and gorgeous church is wedged into a narrow canyon beside a river.

Harajuku Church, Japan: In the hyper-trendy Harajuku district you’ll find a sleek, modern Protestant church.

Cathedral of Brasilia, Brazil: Inside the cathedral might even be better, with four bells, a reflecting pool.

Cathedral of Brasilia, Brazil: No matter what you make of this radically original cathedral in Brazil’s capital.

Sedlec Ossuary, Czech Republic: Few churches are as spooky as this church in Kutná Hora.

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