Rio de Janeiro Cathedral is a church that differs from the traditional concept of Rio de Janeiro. Unlike the old and elegant churches in Europe, the entire church can hardly find any elements the belong to the church. It is a modern building with a reinforced concrete structure. There is a cross at the top of the tower. It is this simple cross that seems to confirm the identity of the church.
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90% of Brazil's people are devout Catholics, so in this country, there will be a great miracle like the Christ the Redeemer stone statue, and the church of this country is equally impressive. The most famous of these is undoubtedly the Cathedral of Rio de Janeiro, the one of our image called the Church of the Ladder.
When you look at it from a distance, it is shocked by its unique shape and dense small window. This conical building makes it difficult to ignore its existence.
and entering the interior not only made me feel shocked, but also felt my own smallness.
When looking from the outside, it is a small window, and in the interior of the church, these small dense windows are embellished with colored glass, and some stained glass is also painted with patterns. High from top to bottom, like a colored ladder. The end of the celestial body is the translucent cross on the top.
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When I finished this circle of friends, someone replied, didnt go out, really didnt know that there was such a place in the world. Thank you for bringing your world to me.
To be honest, I went to this church and was completely shocked.
This post-modern-style church is located in the heart of Rio's city. Unlike traditional European churches, this church is bold in both design and materials. The
is also called the Rio Cathedral. Because it is shaped like a ladder, it is called the Ladder Church.
It is understood that the entire church is conical and consists of regular square boxes (windows). It is a concrete structure that was started in 1964 and took 12 years to complete.
Inside the church, the colored glass makes up a huge cross, the sun slanting down from the stained glass, and the organ sounds surround the quiet church.
Here, you will feel very small, but lament the ancients.
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## This road has seen many churches, but two of them are particularly impressive. One is the Sagrada Familia designed by Gaud in Spain and the other is the Ladder Church in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The Temple of the Ladder was built in 1976. The conical structure is different from the ancient and elegant style of the European church. The colorful glass windows in the four directions of the church extend from the ground to the 75-meter-high roof. Outside viewing, I feel that the building is special, and the internal feelings are sacred and solemn as the Quartet looks up to the top. The church is large and spacious, and it can accommodate 20,000 people.