Religious Architecture

Religious Architecture encompasses the design and construction of buildings and spaces dedicated to worship and spiritual practices. It varies greatly across different faiths and cultures, reflecting religious beliefs, rituals, and symbolism. Common features include sacred geometry, decorative elements, and arrangements that facilitate congregational gatherings or individual meditation. These structures, such as churches, mosques, temples, synagogues, and shrines, serve as places of spiritual reflection, community gathering, and the expression of faith through architectural form and aesthetics.