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Topic 1: Types of Church Buildings - Introduction

This article describes the differences and investigates different types of church buildings.  The links below take you to the various sections within this article.

Architectural Styles
Description and examples of architectural styles

 

Traditional Buildings
Description and examples of traditional building types.

Traditional Buildings - Gables and Plans
Description and examples of Gables, Plans and Projections.

Traditional Buildings - Towers
Description and examples of church towers.

Traditional Buildings - Aisles and Transepts
Description and examples of aisles and transepts.

 

Non-Traditional Buildings
Description and examples of non-traditional buildings.

Non-Traditional Buildings - Roofs

Non-Traditional Buildings - Polygonal
Description and examples of non-traditional roofs.

Non-Traditional Buildings - Detached Bell Towers
Description and examples of non-traidtional detached bell towers.

Non-Traditional Buildings - Laminated Timber Frame
Description and examples of non-traidtional laminated timber frames.

 

Types of Church Buildings - Conclusion

 

  

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