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Wonderful Chapels Across Europe

 Originally, chapels were built as places of worship attached to private residences. Today, world-famous chapels like the Sistine Chapel in Vatican City, Sainte-Chapelle in Paris, and the Sassetti Chapel in Florence, have turned into must-see tourist attractions. However, there are many chapels found in Europe that remain largely unknown. These chapels are found in the foothills of the Italian Alps and along the shores of the Greek islands. Here are 10 lovely chapels you must see: 
St. Paul’s Church located in Lindos, an archeological site on the island of Rhodes, Greece.
chapels in Europe Photo: Alamy/Ian Woolcock
A chapel in the forests of Cholomontas mountain, Macedonia, Greece.
chapels in Europe Photo: Alamy/Hercules Milas
St. Martin Guernsey, located between England and France.
chapels in Europe Photo: Alamy/Doug Houghton
The chapel of Agios Nikolaos, built along the ruins of an early Christian basilica, located close to Halkidiki, Greece.
chapels in Europe Photo: Alamy/Hercules Milas
A red stone chapel in Santorini, Greece.
chapels in Europe Photo: Alamy/Nikos Pavlakis
A chapel built along the foothills of the Stubai Alps in Tirol, Austria.
chapels in Europe Photo: Alamy/Gareth McCormack
St. Gobban’s Chapel in Portbraddan, Northern Ireland.
chapels in Europe Photo: Alamy/Brian Jannsen
Sheep graze outside this chapel on the Snæfellsnes peninsula, on the western tip of Iceland.
chapels in EuropePhoto: Alamy
A chapel stands within a vineyard in Rheinhessen, Germany.
chapels in EuropePhoto: Alamy/Bon Appetit
St. Johann Chapel, at the foothills of the Dolomites near South Tirol, Italy.
chapels in EuropePhoto: Alamy
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