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Bangkok Photo Friday: Erawan Museum

You may have seen the giant three-headed elephant just east of Bangkok, but if you haven't stopped by, you should.

Erawan Museum - Samut Prakan, Thailand by MikeBehnken, via Flickr

Staircase and Stained Glass Dome Ceiling inside the Three Headed Elephant at the Erawan Museum in Samut Prakan near Bangkok Thailand

St Stephens’ stained glass windows by Chagall

17 examples of gorgeous stained glass windows

The east window of St James church in Cumbria, UK, was designed by famous artist William Morris in 1873. It’s not the most spectacular one in this list, but definitly beautiful. Photo by Dave Lawrance.

17 examples of gorgeous stained glass windows

The east window of St James church in Cumbria, UK, was designed by famous artist William Morris in It’s not the most spectacular one in this list, but definitly beautiful. Photo by Dave Lawrance.

Trippy: 10 Breathtaking Stained-Glass Ceilings Around The World (PHOTOS)

PHOTOS: Breathtaking Stained-Glass Ceilings Around The World

Paris, France If every bank looked like this, no one would ever use an ATM. Built in this building not only boasts some of the most spectacular glass work ever constructed

Sixteen stained glass windows depicting scenes from the life of St. Francis of Assisi, the Blessed Virgin and the Eucharist form a major decorating feature of the Church. The windows were purchased from the Emile Frei Company of St. Louis, Missouri who had them cast in Munich, Germany. Installed in the Church in 1922, they are considered outstanding examples of stained glass.

Sixteen stained glass windows depicting scenes from the life of St. Francis of Assisi, the Blessed Virgin and the Eucharist form a major decorating feature of the Church. The windows were purchased from the Emile Frei Company of St. Louis, Missouri who had them cast in Munich, Germany. Installed in the Church in 1922, they are considered outstanding examples of stained glass.

Stained glass is not just for windows. These stunning buildings will make you wish your home had ceilings like these.

PHOTOS: Breathtaking Stained-Glass Ceilings Around The World

Opened in closed in 1945 as the new larger trains were unable to safely navigate the sharp curve of the station.

The Mapparium was conceived by the architect of the Christian Science Publishing House, Chester Lindsay Churchill. Originally called “the Glass Room,” or “the Globe Room,The Mapparium was three years in the making (1932-1935). It opened to the public May 31, 1935, and cost $35,000. Mary Baker Eddy Library

Many Bostonians are familiar with Christian Science Park - the lovely fountains and large reflecting pool are a peaceful respite from the hu.

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