Liturgical architecture

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Liturgical architecture refers to religious structures, forms, spaces and orders. Liturgical architecture can enhance one's religious experience through ritual procession, circumambulation, and the narration of religious stories through the form and ornamentation of a building.

Some categories of liturgical architecture[edit]

References[edit]

  1. UC Berkeley History of Architecture 170A, Fall 06