#5. Seville Cathedral, Spain
Declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Cathedral of Saint Mary is the 3rd largest church in the world. The vast structure has more than 1000 figures covered in gold leaves depicting the life of Jesus Christ.
#6. Florence Cathedral, Italy
This is the main church in Florence whose construction began in 1296 and was only completed towards 1436. The exterior of the church is faced with green and pink shaded marble panels with an elaborate 19th century Gothic Revival Façade.
#7. York Minister, UK
Standing over the skyline of York, it is one of the largest cathedrals in Europe. It was constructed between 1230 and 1472 and is noted for its “Great East Window” which is the largest stained-glass window in the world.