| While roving to Central and Eastern Europe,
one will meet a large variety of churches of Greek orthodoxe,
Russian orthodoxe or uniate cult in the beginning and which translate
the faith of the various people which occupied these areas since
old times. Built out of wood and glazes of shingles, (sometimes
of metal nowadays), they find their unit in the abundant use
of this building material which allows daring and diversified
forms. Oldest date from the 16th-17th century. Most remarkable
were registered with the world inheritance of humanity (UNESCO).
In the majority of the others, in Poland, one practises the catholic
cult today .