Churches (general)

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As places of worship, churches can represent stunning and impressive feats of architecture spanning history. Since church buildings themselves range from ancient to more modern in design, it is useful to understand how they currently function, especially if the intent is to create imagery that features the location. Some churches operate exclusively as places of worship. Some function as museums outside of service hours, and others may be privately owned, serving purely as an attraction which may include ticketed entry and/or charge service fees.

 If you know you are going to visit a particular church, it is always a good idea to check if the location posts a photography/shooting policy on its website, or information on the appropriate person to contact with questions. Churches that are more popular attractions may readily post policies at the actual location, or at least have an attendant present who could help direct your questions.

 For additional and related information, please refer to specific church entires within the wiki, as well our general entries on Locations, and Museums & Ticketed Locations.


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