|St. Paul's Cathedral|
Later in the day, we visited some interesting churches. The first one was St. Paul’s Cathedral and it had black walls with a white curved Gothic ceiling and was lined with gold. It had many beautiful paintings of Jesus and Mary. This church was built originally around 700 AD but was rebuilt later in the Baroque style. The Baroque style uses lots of gold. The second church we visited was the Passau Dom. It was much larger and had tall towers and a high ceiling which reminded me of the Gothic Regenburg Dom. This cathedral had many paintings of angels on the ceilings and was filled with an immense amount of gold lining. I think the Passau Dom was originally a Gothic church and was transformed into a Baroque church in later years. This church appears Baroque to me because the style is light and happy.
Back in town we ended the day on the swings. Today was a long day and I thank my mom and dad for there help with this entry. Thank you for reading Rohan Geographic