There’s something about the atmosphere of these places that you can’t quite put your finger on. Perhaps it’s the shadows, the patina, the musty smell, the cold stone or the mysterious carvings and stained glass telling stories long forgotten. Or the knowledge that these special buildings have been here for centuries before us. These are places that ooze history—the places that time forgot, offering quiet sanctuary and an escape from the realities of the world outside.
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October 14, 2020