In Leningrad Oblast, we find a lot of interesting abandoned churches. This is the abandoned church St. Nicholas the Wonderworker, located in the nowadays sleepy village of Rel (Рель). (more…)
St. Elijah Church in Chernobyl area is still one of several active services in the polluted area. Read some interesting facts about the church here. (more…)
The village Wróblin Głogowski is gone, but the church is left. The church is abandoned for many years, but still in a beautiful atmosphere. Let’s visit the church Sw. Heleny in Głogów region, Poland. (more…)
Lübeck is a city in northern Germany with parts of the city center classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It’s worth a stop.
Gdansk is a beautiful city with a big harbor in Poland. The city of half a million inhabitants has a well restored old neighborhood and stylishly lit when darkness has fallen. Buildings from the Hanseatic era are closely linked with hundreds of years old churches. Look how wonderful it could be when the darkness falls on a cold autumn evening.
Święta Lipka is an imposing church located in northern Poland. This building is considered to be the best-preserved example of Baroque architecture.