CHURCH – LET’S SEE Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida – Aparecida, Brazil
12,000 square meters (129,167 square feet)
Some say that the grand Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida is bigger than the town it is located in.
Truly a giant structure, it comes very close to our list’s number one.
Church of Ireland refuses to apologize to gay couples for hurt caused
A motion calling for the Anglican body to acknowledge the hurt felt and asking bishops to look into prayers and thanksgiving services for LGBT couples was rejected by the Church’s synod last Friday.
CHURCH – LETS SEE Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See – Seville, Spain
11,520 square meters (124,000 square feet)
With a total area of 11,520 square meters, the Seville Cathedral has cracked the top 3 of our biggest churches list.
After the completion in the sixteenth century, the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See took actually over the title of the largest cathedral in the world.
CHURCH – LETS SEE Cathedral of St. John the Divine – New York, USA
11,200 square meters (120,556 square feet)
The biggest church in the USA, the Cathedral of St. John the Divine is the work of architect Simon Veridi.
Although the construction has begun in 1892, this Manhattan cathedral is officially still unfinished.
CHURCH – LET’S GO Milan Cathedral – Milan, Italy
10,186 square meters (109,641 square feet)
The construction of this extravagant cathedral began in the year of 1386, making it the oldest building on our entire list.
With a total area of 10,186 square meters, it lands on #5 of our top list.
CHURCH – LET’S GO Liverpool Cathedral – Liverpool, England
9,687 square meters (104,270 square feet)
The biggest Anglican church in Europe, Liverpool Cathedral is dedicated to Christ and the Blessed Virgin.
With a total area of 9,687 square meters, it is bound to take your breath away.