There’s some pretty amazing churches throughout the world, but this little church has got to be one of the most unique ones out there.
It was built by architecture group Gijs Van Vaerenbergh, and is located in Borgloon, Belgium.
What makes it truly magnificent is how it transforms into something totally different when viewing it from different angles.
The church consists of 100 layers of stacked steel and looks partly invisible at times. A church that can change its appearance based on the viewer’s location is remarkable and puzzling.
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