List of top 10 Churches. These churches are not only famous for their Big Size but also for the design and architecture and these churches bring heaven down! This list provides The name of the Church with their location and the number of years it was constructed and the number of people the Church can Hold including the interior space of the Church.
10. Cathedral of Saint Sava – Serbia
Location: Vracar, Belgrade, Serbia
Construction: Completed in 1989
Interior Area : 87,855 square feet
Holding: 10,500 people
9. Basilica – Cathedral of Our Lady of the Pillar – Spain
Location: Zaragoza, Aragon, Spain
Construction: 1681- 1872
Interior Area : 86,543 square feet.
Fact: the resting place of Saint James
8. Basilica of the Holy Trinity – Portugal
Location: Fatima, Portugal
Construction: 2004 – 2007
Interior Area : 93,646 square feet.
Fact: It took only three years to build.
7. Cathedral of Liverpool – United Kingdom
Location: Liverpool, England
Construction: 1904- 1978
Interior Area : 104,270 square feet
Holding: 5800 people
Fact: the second largest Anglican Church structure in the world.
6. Shrine of Our Lady of Lichen – Poland
Location: Lichen Stary, Poland
Construction: 1994- 2004
Interior Area : 108,607 square feet
Fact: built entirely via donation from area believers.
5. Cathedral of Milan – Italy
Construction: 600 years
Interior Area : 109,641 square feet
Fact: the definitive Gothic church in Europe.
4. Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine – United States
Location: United States
Construction: 1892 – 2001
Interior Area : 121,000 square feet
Fact: The largest church in the United States, the church has been nicknamed, “St. John the Unfinished”, as it is still undergoing renovation and repair.
3. Cathedral of Seville – Spain
Construction: during the 1500s
Interior Area : 124,000 square feet
Fact: It is a World Heritage Site and the burial space of Christopher Columbus.
2. Basilica of Our Lady of Aparecida – Brazil
Construction: almost 35 years
Interior Area : 129,166 square feet
Holding: 70,000 people
Fact: receives upwards of 10,000 visitors per year.
1. St. Peter’s Basilica – Vatican City
Location: Vatican city
Construction: 1506 – 1626
Interior Area : 163,180 square feet
Holding: 60,000 people
Fact: St. Peter’s Basilica is the mother church of the Roman Catholic religion. It is believed that Peter, one of the apostles, is buried below the altar.