Image: John Crouch
6. St. Boniface Church – Chicago, IL (USA)
We love the beautiful blue colors in this shot.
This stunning if slightly ethereal looking Romanesque Revival-style church was built in 1904, to replace the initial, smaller structure, which was established in 1865. The original congregation was made up of German immigrants, and the church is named after the patron saint of Germany, St. Boniface. The wonderful architecture is the design of Henry J. Schlacks, who became known as “the master of Catholic church architecture in Chicago.”