St.Vitus Cathedral, Czech Republic
This is the most important church in the Czech Republic and the location of coronations and the burial grounds for the Bohemian kings. But don’t be fooled by its Gothic exterior, as this cathedral was built much later than most European Gothic churches, construction started in the 14th century.
Finished only in 1929, this beauty is still very impressive and a must-see destination in Prague.
St. John’s-Co-Cathedral, Malta
You could probably miss this pretty everyday-looking church during a walk through Valletta, but don’t make this grave mistake, as there is a grand surprise inside. The interior of this church is one of the finest examples of Baroque architecture in Europe and a must-see for everyone.
The abundance of golden detailing and ornate facades will make your jaw drop. At the same time, this is the burial place for many knights of Malta, with their tombstones incorporated in the tile floor.
St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Bulgaria
This cathedral is located in the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia, and it displays a very different type of architecture, the neo-Byzantine style. Though it might look just like a cute wedding cake to some, this landmark is one of the largest cathedrals executed in this style, and it combines the work and craftsmanship of a number of European masters.
St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral is one of the largest Eastern Orthodox cathedrals in the world.