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Great stop the work in the sanctuary is equal to some we've visited on Europe.They allow photos, and have a donations box inside the entry on the side. Take notice of the doors and all the small venues up on the walls of scenes of...More
We were in Asheville for a wedding at the Basilica. We arrived early and we were seated close to the front. It gave us time to take in the beauty of this early 1900’s Church.
The deacon who performed the wedding was a very good...More
Downtown Asheville is filled with beautiful old buildings and stunning architecture. You must take the time to walk around and enjoy the details which are everywhere. This picture does not even come close to how incredible this building is in real life.
This Roman Catholic church was designed by a Catalan architect named Rafael Guastavino . Its oval shaped domes using very specially crafted curved tiles , the same that one can find in the Oyster Bar in New York City, are absolutely stunning.
The Basilica also...More
We took one of the trolley tours and this church was mentioned on the tour and we decided to visit. It was magnificent in architecture and beautiful stained glass and sculptures. The altar area was very ornate. If you are visiting, please remain quiet as...More