If you never though about this, Columbus is a great place for people who love religiou slandmarks. Check out the list with the top ones in the city:
North Christian Church
This church is located right below the spire in the daylight. Pews of the church surround the change in a pentagon shape, permitting church members to see one another. The church is shaped to have a similarity to the star of David. The level below the primary floor has school rooms and the executive offices of the church. Visitors are welcome to take in the unique design of this church.
St. Joseph’s Cathedral
St. Joseph’s Cathedrla was made form stone. The church has two towers that rise above the church proper. Within the church, the structure is supported by a sequence of arches and pillars. The church has stained glass windows thoughout many all the way back to the 1900s. Underneath the church is a cave where church members can be interred. Tours of the church are available daily in the week. One of the architects of the church was Civil War General William Rosencrans.
This is the cathedral of the Greek Orthodox community. This church is built in the traditional Byzantine style. The church is laid out in a cross with a massive center done and a few smaller domes on the sides. The church is made from stone, and the domes are covered with blue. Within, the church is painted all though with icons and non mundane scenes. Inside the church, each dome has another theme. The windows of the church are covered in stained glass, some with colorful non secular symbols. The church welcomes guests to see the cathedral.
Noor Islamic Cultural Center
A huge and wonderful structure, the Noor Islamic Cultural Center contains a mosque, social hall, study rooms and lecture rooms. The structure is enormous and architecturally in Islamic design. The structure contains a dome and seems like a pretty eastern castle. The Noor Islamic Cultural Center isolated on a green field with a pool and is simultaneously a grand and welcoming sight. Members of the Cultural Center strive to teach about Islam and welcome all various faiths to talk form a unified community.
Columbus Ohio Temple
With signature gold herald on top of its highest spire, the pristinely white Columbus Ohio Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is a gorgeous structure. The structure itself is made from marble and has a very square and blocky design with surface elaboration on the outside, and art glass windows.
Dave Holden has been interested in landmarks in Columbus for many years. He has written op-eds and editorial pieces for many online publications. For more details about Columbus religious landmarks please feel free to visit his site.