The five churches we are going to introduce to you today are different from the solemn sanctity of other churches, they tend to have their own personality and can definitely take their place in the church world with their quirky shapes.
Church of the Rock - Finland
The world's only church built into the rock is one of Helsinki's must-see attractions. From the outside it looks very much like a landing saucer, and the interior is also made of rock walls with transparent glass for light.
Because of its unique shape and material, the acoustics in the church are very good, so if you go here, you may want to listen to a concert before you leave.
Harajuku Church - Japan
The six curved arched walls and bell tower, the large area of white with aquamarine and orange, and the natural light, have the name of "Church of Light". The overall shape is very modern, solemn and poetic in a humanistic way.
Hallgrimms Church - Iceland
The fourth tallest building in Iceland, it was built in honor of the famous Icelandic literary scholar Hal Grimms.
The organ structure is elegantly photographed from the front. Take the elevator to the top floor to get a glimpse of Reykjavik and the surrounding mountains.
Brasilia Cathedral - Brazil
Some say it looks very much like a deformed onion from a distance, not sure exactly how to describe it, but at first glance you certainly wouldn't think it's a church.
However, the part that is exposed is the roof of the church, while the main body of the church is underground, which is very different from the style of European churches of the same period, and can be said to be very unique and ultra-modern.
Temporary Church of St. Loup Deaconess - Switzerland
The church is small, but the shape of the church is located on a green lawn, which gives it a taste of an art gallery. It is said to be inspired by Japanese origami, which saves material and does not require other supporting frames.