Sunday Post-Architecture

Jakesprinter’s Sunday Post theme this week is Architecture

One of the most interesting houses of worship I have ever seen is the Cadet Chapel at the United States Air Force Academy just outside of Colorado Springs CO.  The Cadet Chapel was completed in 1963, its principal designer and architect was Walter A Netsch Jr.  It contains chapels for four separate faiths: Protestant, Catholic, Jewish, and Buddhist.  For more information on the chapel please go here

Cadet Chapel, United States AIr Force Academy Colorado Springs COCadet Chapel, United States AIr Force Academy Colorado Springs CO

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Muses from the front range of the Rocky Mountains

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