Tag: church
June 30, 2022
Donnie Swaggart House: The Ministry Mansion

Who is Donnie Swaggart? Donnie Swaggart is an evangelist. He is the son of famous televangelist Jimmy Swaggart. Furthermore, he serves as co-paster of the Swaggart’s Family Worship Center. The center was founded by his parents in the late 1960s. Additionally, he also made a living as a gospel singer. In addition to his famous […]

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April 5, 2022
Warren Jeffs House: The Utah Compound

Who is Warren Jeffs? Warren Jeffs is the president of the controversial Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. This group is a known hate group that has said awful things about the blacks, women, gays, and many others. You may ask where is Warren Jeffs from? He is actually from Sacramento, California. Jeffs […]

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March 30, 2022
Queen Church Condos: High-end Luxurious Suits with Premium Location and Amenities

  Queen Church Condos by Tridel and Bazis represents the perfect blend of high-end luxurious suits with a highly sought-after neighborhood. Located in central downtown, the area offers an amazing opportunity to experience exquisite high-rise residences featuring a huge collection of suites and layouts spread over 9,000 sqft of the area including indoor and outdoor […]

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February 28, 2022
Heyward-Washington House: Historic Museum

Heyward-Washington House is a historic house museum. The house gets its name because George Washington would often stay there during his visits to Charleston. It was built in 1772 by Thomas Heyward Jr. He studied law in England. Heyward was a signer of the United States Declaration of Independence. In 1775 he was the last […]

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February 23, 2022
Bill Belichick House: New England Home

Bill Belichick is a head NFL coach. Furthermore, he coaches the New England Patriots. His roles expand into being the team's general manager as well. Furthermore, he is top paid coach of the American National Football League. He was born in Nashville in 1952 and used to be an assistant head coach for the New […]

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January 20, 2022
10 last-minute Valentine’s getaways for 2022

Valentine’s Day is an excellent opportunity to get away with that special person for a few days. Whether you fancy a city break or some sublime natural scenery, there are plenty of options out there. Below, we explore 10 of the best last-minute Valentine’s getaways this year. Paris Paris is one of the most romantic […]

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January 11, 2022
Joel Osteen's Estate of Worship: River Oaks Mansion

Image Source: Pexels We are all used to seeing the extravagant homes of rich entertainers, businesspeople, and politicians. It’s not even considered unusual to find social media stars securing luxury Los Angeles pads. Yet, one group that doesn’t get enough scrutiny surrounding their lavish homes and lifestyles is those at the head of religious organizations. […]

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August 25, 2021
What's So Unique about Iceland: 7 Things That Will Fascinate You

Iceland is known for its natural wonders. But that’s just the beginning. The country has stories, beliefs, practices, and more that are uniquely its own and worthy to be shared with the rest of the world. Whether they are curious, intriguing, funny, or useful for your trip to Iceland someday, here are some fascinating things […]

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August 3, 2021
George Foremans House: His Mansion in Texas

Introduction George Foreman is a famous boxer who became a great businessman and church goer. Secondly, the amazing man was born in 1949 in Marshall, Texas. He at one point became the oldest world heavyweight champion in history. Besides his accomplishments in sports, he also did amazing things in business. Heard of the George Foreman […]

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February 28, 2021
Scandinavian Architecture: A Full Guide into Scandinavian Design

KIASMA MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART By Steven Holl Many Northern Scandinavian and Nordic nations lack sunlight in the winter. This makes it extraordinarily essential for pure gentle can easily flow through a room. Scandinavian Architecture is so interesting to the world of architecture. Obviously, we’ll talk about the historical past of Scandinavian houses. In addition, […]

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January 28, 2021
7 Stunning Contemporary Glass Design Ideas for Your Home Project

Have you been thinking of making some changes to your home? If so, you should consider making some contemporary glass changes. Contemporary glass designs can add a nice luster to your home design. They can add elegance to your home. They work well for your windows as well as for redesigning your doors. You can […]

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January 11, 2021
What is Arcade Arcade Architecture and What Does it Have to Do With Ottonian Architecture

Arcade Architecture is not what you might be thinking... its not arcade games, but it is just as fun! Architecture arcade definition: Arcade in the realm of architecture is a sequence of arches supported by columns in a colonnade, a corridor sandwiched between arches and a solid wall, or a sheltered walkway that opens up to […]

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July 22, 2020
Smallest Cities in the World: Visit Them to Have a Simple and Peaceful Vacation

  There are many locations in the world that we might want to explore during our vacation period or to go on for fun. Normally, all the big cities often come up in our vacant mind to enjoy but the small cities also need some exposure to the world. Today with Travelila we will be […]

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July 16, 2020
Famous 15 Ireland whiskey distilleries to visit by road

  Ireland is one of the places in the world blessed with many whiskey distilleries, and they also produce some of the best whiskey. It does not matter your position in Ireland; the location of a whiskey distillery can never be far from you.     So, if you are a lover of whiskey and […]

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March 28, 2020
Church on the Water: Tadao Ando Japanese Architecture

Introduction Check out more on the Church on the Water. I know you will be amazed at how great this place is and how much history there is to it. Background of the Concepts: Wrapped in an aesthetic devoid of any ornament, many of the works of Tadao Ando base their richness in the relationship […]

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February 2, 2020
Gdansk Poland Town Hall Architecture

Overall height: 83.45 m Floors: 5 Start of construction: 1346 The main town hall in Gdansk is a Gothic - Renaissance style, situated at the junction of Długa Street and Długi Targ Street. The building is the second highest building in the Main City, after St. Mary's Church. The first major expansion of the town […]

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June 21, 2019
5 things to do in San Jose

San Jose is the capital of Costa Rica. Although it is not its main attraction, it is worth knowing some of the treasures of the most important city in the country. You will not be short of things to do in San Jose: from strolling down Central Avenue to disconnecting in La Sabana. In this […]

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May 22, 2015
Louis Kahn Famous American Architect

Intro to Louis Kahn Louis Khan was very unique in his designs. He was known for his fusion of contradictory sources into his architecture. His education from the University of Pennsylvania gave him a Beaux Arts influence with a modern style. He admired works of Greek and ancient Roman temples. To him Brunelleschi was to […]

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November 22, 2014
Avril Lavigne's L.A. House

Avril Lavigne is a Canadian born singer and songwriter. As a child her talent for singing was first noticed by her mother at church as she was singing "Jesus Loves Me." Growing up she struggled with ADHD and would misbehave in school. Her parents kept on encouraging her passion for singing by purchasing her equipment […]

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June 20, 2014
The Top Influential Architecture Talks from "Ted Talks"

If you are looking to absorb some information regarding architecture right now then watch the following videos of amazing people talking about amazing things! You are sure to learn something new today. Carolyn Steel: How food shapes our cities Before agriculture, permanent settlements did not and could not exist. Architect Carolyn Steel discusses how food […]

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December 19, 2013
Emperor Justinian 1 (Justinian the Great) Architectural Influence

Intro My intent for writing this post is to enlighten you on what I found thought provoking about the history of Justinian the Great, specifically a look into his architectural influence during his Byzantine Empire. Read more to find out about Justinian architecture. Before we get into the in-depth historical lens, lets first put ourselves […]

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October 15, 2013
Frauenkirche (Church of Our Lady) Rebuilt in Dresden Germany

The Frauenkirche was originally built in 1743 and designed by Dresden's city architect George Bähr. It was placed on the outskirts of town and was surrounded by a graveyard. The church entails Baroque architecture with dramatic curves and bold complex details. The most distinct feature of the church is the 96 meter tall dome, resembling a lot of […]

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November 6, 2012
A Different view of Church Ceilings (Panoramas)

Photographer- Richard Silver takes us on a tour of magnificently designed church ceilings around NYC. Each photo is a vertical panorama consisting of 6-10 photos stitched together. Capturing from the pew to the exit door and back again, the mind-blowing 180-degree view wonderfully captures the delicate detail and design of each church’s ceiling.

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August 7, 2012
Tanked Best Tanks from the TV Show

My favorite tv show has to be Tanked. The reason I love this show is because it combines architecture with fish tanks. They design and create outstanding fish tanks for multiple clients. The show makes me want to make a fish tank myself. Overall, Animal Planet is a great TV program. Furthermore, I love this […]

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