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This category is only about individual Roman Catholic church buildings.

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Angelo San Raffaele, Venice

Cathedral of Saint Virgin Mary

Cathedral of San Carlos Borromeo

Church of Porto Covo

Church of San Agustín, Lima

Church of St. Mary Draperis, Istanbul

Estrela Basilica

Gesuati

Granada Cathedral

I Gesuiti

Iglesia de la Inmaculada

Karlskirche

La Enseñanza Church

La Maddalena, Venice

Ljubljana Cathedral

Mission Basilica San Juan Capistrano

Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo

Mission San Fernando Rey de España

Mission San Francisco de Asís

Mission San Gabriel Arcángel

Mission San Juan Capistrano

Mission San Luis Obispo de Tolosa

Monastery of San Francisco, Lima

Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church

Obando Church

Orani Church

Piarist Church, Cluj

Požega Cathedral

Revell Grange

San Bartolomeo, Venice

San Biagio, Venice

San Canciano

San Carlo alle Mortelle

San Geremia

San Giovanni Battista, Racconigi

San Giovannino dei Cavalieri

San Gregorio della Divina Pietà

San Lio, Venice

San Marcuola

San Simeone Piccolo

San Stae

San Tomà, Venice

San Vidal, Venice

Sant'Antonio Abate, Parma

Santa Fosca, Venice

Santa Maria Annunziata in Borgo

St Benet's Chapel, Netherton

St Gregory's Church, Preshome

St. Anne's Church, Warsaw

St. Francis of Assisi Church (Sariaya)

St. Hedwig's Cathedral

St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church (Philadelphia)

St. Peter's Parish Church (Ljubljana)

St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church, Liverpool

St. Rosalia's Church (Ljubljana)

Sts. Ingenuin and Albuin Church

Ursuline Church of the Holy Trinity

Visitation of Mary Church (Ljubljana)

Wambierzyce Basilica Church

 

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