The temple is a place that lives its own life. The atmosphere of this space soaked with spirituality penetrates our skin as we climb the stone or wooden floor and hear the echo of our steps, as we smell the scent of incense in the air, perceive the intensity of light and shadows, and sit down on a church pew or chairs.
However, few of the temples or parishes have remained unchanged since their inception. Naturally, just as the Church’s status has changed under the influence of historical events and trends, the very layout of the space and the equipment of the churches have changed from the altars,the church chairs and pewsto the paintings on the walls and vitrage windows. The magnificence was gradually replaced the moderation, the garishness by minimalism. But despite modern times, many sacred spaces have retained their charm and unmistakable atmosphere
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