7. Stained Glass Art House (Denmark). Designed by New York based architect Tom Pruin, this beautiful stained glass art house is located in Copenhagen, Denmark and illuminates a gorgeous array of colors when lit during nighttime.
6. Chicago Cultural Center (United States). Featuring a 38-foot-tall Tiffany stained glass dome, the Chicago Cultural Center is believed to house the largest Tiffany dome in the world.
5. Nasir al-Mulk Mosque (Iran). Otherwise called the “Pink Mosque,” it is located in Shiraz, Iran. Taking over a decade to develop, the magnificent mosque was completed in 1888. Its colorful stained glass windows cast glorious rainbow colors, only to be intensified by its gorgeous architecture with color tiles.
4. Wholeo Dome (United States). This unique stained glass art dome was created by artist Carol “Caroling” Geary in 1974. In 2004, after more than 20 years in storage, the stunning Wholeo Dome was installed at The Farm School in Summertown, Tennessee.
“Wholeo is the ongoing search for the whole self, the Whole O, the all. Wholeo is pronounced “holy O.” – Caroling, artist and creator of the Wholeo Dome.
3. Cosmovitral Jardín Botánico (Mexico). The Cosmovitral is in Toluca, Mexico, and is an enchanting botanic garden filled with absolutely beautiful stained glass art murals designed by local artist Leopoldo Flores.
2. St. Vitus Cathedral (Czech Republic). St. Vitus Cathedral is the largest and first temple of Czech Republic. It is located inside the Prague Castle, the burial place of Czech kings and emperors, and where the Crown Jewels are kept. The cathedral’s prominent 20th-century stained glass windows were designed by Czech Art Nouveau painter Alfons Mucha and was installed in 1931, after the completion of 1929 gothic restoration work.
1. Sainte-Chapelle (France). La Sainte-Chapelle medieval gothic chapel is nestled in the heart of Paris, and is considered to be the finest royal chapel in France. The most remarkable features include fifteen huge 13th-century stained glass windows.