360 view of an Eastern Catholic Church
Take a spin with this 360-degree view of an Eastern Catholic Church in Atlanta.
Here’s how the church website describes it:
Holy Icons of Jesus Christ, the Mother of God and the Saints now gaze from their heavenly abode out over what once was a Pompeiian-inspired atrium court with a carved marble fountain, marble statues from Europe, resplendant with plush oriental carpets and flanked by sixteen marble columns.
Today, during our services, incense rises to a vaulted, pale sea green, leaded glass ceiling which dramatically illuminates the church…this little “heaven on earth” …as it did some sixty years before when it served as a private residence.
Where once was an elegant 20 x 34 foot dining room with a massive carved dining table and a marble mantle, overshadowed with paintings, now stands a baldachino canopy and Holy Altar, made of marble from a quarry in Tate, GA. Resting upon it is an ornate
18 karat gold plated tabernacle from Greece. Behind it are a seven-branch candelabra, and two golden fans, representing the angels around the throne of God in heaven.