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Air Force Academy Protestant Chapel
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Like a row of jet wings set on their end, the Air Force Academy’s chapel is one of the most architecturally significant structures in Colorado, representing a new modernism in governmental buildings, while respecting the needs of all faiths. Designed by Walter Nesch, the chapel has five different areas: one each for Protestantism, Catholicism and Judaism, and two separate all-faith rooms for worship. Stand in the middle of the Protestant Chapel, with its 99-foot pinnacled ceiling, and stare at the glowing stained-glass mosaics that outline the building’s signature geometry.

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Uploaded: 26/07/2009
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