Lasse Vestergård modeled the Church of Our Lady (Kalundborg Church), located in Kalundborg, Denmark. The medieval style church was built in 1220, and the LEGO version is in a 1:100 scale.
Jens Ohrndorf returned to architecture by designing two churches, one at Minifig scale and the other as a micro build. The larger church features great detailing in the windows, entry way and roof.
For a LOWLUG competition Koen built a small but masterful model of Sagrada Familia, the world famous basilica located in Barcelona, Spain. Constructed of the real basilica began in 1882 and is expected to completion in 2026, however Koen's model shows a finished version.
JJbricks built a Micropolis scale cathedral, inspired by Hagakyrkan in located Gothenburg, Sweden. If you compare the LEGO model with the real version you can easily see the strong resemblance and attention to detail.
jaapxaap created two works for CCC (Colossal Castle Contest). The first build is a fantasy fortress while the second is a lovely, albeit empty, church after the holidays.
Jellyeater built an incredible model of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church. The location of the church is not stated, however the Baroque building would make a nice addition to any LEGO city.
_spacehopper_ created a pretty unique cube composed of six different sacred buildings. Each side features a world landmark, including an Egyptian pyramid and the Acropolis.
Stephen Busbee and his son took an incredible amount of time to design the facade of Florence Cathedral. Pretty much every square inch of the facade is detailed, which deserves as much attention as possible.
Hendratno Hartanto built a wonderful Japanese temple. The two story temple has many great details which makes for a well done traditional temple.
Yitzy Kasowitz built a replica of the Second Temple, the Holy Temple remodeled by King Herod. The model (1/613th scale) was completed after three years of research, courtesy of Yoav Elan.