It is a fact that more and more churches in Europe are being shut down by their mother node, rightfully so, but what to do with the incredible buildings left behind? I know us Germans are more than happy to tear everything down that doesn’t serve some taxable purpose, and despite being a happy atheist, I like what some architects in Holland and now in Spain are doing, which is converting these empty churches into homes and workspaces. Yatzer has a great in-depth article up on their site, where exactly this happened.
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