North Dakota June 18, 2017
10 Churches In North Dakota That Will Leave You Totally Speechless
No matter what religion you are or aren’t, you can’t deny the beauty that goes into churches. Centuries worth of intricate and stunning architecture goes into these buildings. They are both a place of worship and a place to marvel at. From the simplest of churches to the biggest, grandest buildings, here are some of the most gorgeous churches in North Dakota:
1. Jamestown's St. James Basilica, built in 1914, features intricate designs throughout and is truly something to behold.
2. The grand St. Mary's Catholic Church in Hague, North Dakota has a stunning exterior and an even more beautiful interior with works of art lining every inch. It was originally built in 1929.
3. The United Presbyterian Church in Langdon, North Dakota was built in 1905 and has beautiful brickwork and stained glass.
4. The wondrous and visually breathtaking Stave Church in the Scandinavian Heritage Park in Minot, North Dakota. This was built to replicate the Gol Stave Church in actual Scandinavia.
5. The Sacred Heart Catholic Church is a pretty sight to see in the small town of Minto, North Dakota.
6. The simply breathtaking Assumption Abbey in Richardton, North Dakota draws in visitors from all over the place just to see it.
7. In Bismarck, North Dakota, the Camp Hancock State Historic Site has this amazingly colored historic church.
8. This lovely church is in Michigan, North Dakota and is called the St. Lawrence O'Toole Catholic Church.
9. This unique castle-like structure is the Canaan Moravian Church in the small town of Davenport, North Dakota.
10. An unusual yet lovely stone-covered church in St. John, North Dakota.
There are definitely even more eye catching churches in North Dakota, so tell us which ones we missed! In the meantime,
be sure to check out more about the Assumption Abbey in Richardton, ND we mentioned here. You can visit it yourself for a quiet, relaxing getaway and browse their famous homemade soaps.