Churches are the basic symbol of sanctity especially for the Christians. Here we are about to mention some unusual churches built deep down the Earth. Nestling the ultimate power of peace and solace these architectural marvels are a must visit. Get hold of some of the best underground churches of the world.
If the former is not enough, take the St. Kinga?s Chapel in Wieliczka salt mine of Poland. We can't help wondering on the fact that it is located 101 meter underground and was created from a block of salt back in 1896! The interior of the Chapel is decorated with various structures carved in salt which took more than a 100 years for formation. This is evident from the chandeliers that grace the church and are made from salt blocks.
This church built in the shape of a cross on a massive rock is found in the Australian outback Coober Pedy. It derived its name from the Roman Catacombs that were used to bury the dead and meet in times of persecution. Coober Pedy, otherwise known as the Underground Town houses five deep earth churches.
: Essentially another salt mine church, the cathedral of Zipaquira is a major pilgrimage for Christians as it records some odd 3000 attendees on every Sunday. Placed 200 meters below the earth surface, this church has gone beyond the spiritual sphere and is a main tourist attraction now a days. Cathedral of Zipaquira that houses a giant cross and three naves, saw a make over due to security reasons and was opened for public back in 1995.