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The largest religious monument in the world. Its towers represent the five peaks of Mount Meru, the sacred mountain of Hindu, Jain and Buddhist cosmology.
The largest church building in the world, based on interior area. Out of all the building's architects, Michelangelo is probably the most famous.
The main temple of the Aztecs. It is mostly known by its Spanish name, the translation of which means "Greater Temple".
An ancient Egyptian temple complex. The most famous monument at the site is the Great Hypostyle Hall, with its 134 columns.
One of the most popular tourist attractions in Japan, this Shinto shrine is most famous for its torii (gate), which is surrounded by water at high tide.
One of the most famous locations in Australia, this rock is sacred to the Aboriginal people known as the Pitjantjatjara.
Probably the world's most famous ring of standing stones. It is located in Wiltshire, England.
A modernist cathedral in Brazil, designed by Oscar Niemeyer. It is a hyperboloid structure.
Cathedral of Brasília
A mosque in Istanbul that incorporates many elements from the neighbouring Hagia Sophia into its design.
The largest temple on the Acropolis in Athens.
A temple in India that is said to mark the place where the Buddha attained enlightenment.
This temple, located in China, was built into a cliff and is kept in place by oak crossbeams fitted into holes in the cliff. The temple functions as a Taoist, Confucian and Buddhist place of worship.
This cathedral is located in New York City, directly across the street from the Rockefeller Center.
A town in Ethiopia known for its rock-cut churches.
A large adobe mosque located in Mali. The current mosque only dates back to 1907 but the first mosque on the site was built around the 13th century.
Great Mosque of Djenné
A Russian Orthodox cathedral located in Moscow, famous for its colourful onion domes.
One of the best preserved Roman temples in the world, located in Nîmes, France.
A large synagogue, completed in 2000. It is one of the largest synagogues in Israel.
Belz Great Synagogue
The most important temple in the Inca Empire. Currently, only the foundations survive, since the Spanish demolished the temple and built the Convent of Santo Domingo in its place.
A ziggurat that was located in the city of Babylon. It now exists only in ruins; however, it was originally 91 metres tall and has been suggested as a possible inspiration for the idea of the Tower of Babel.