The German Bahá'í Temple is a stunning bright structure located in Hofheim am Taunus, Germany. Completely intricate and perfect in its design, it trasnfers brilliant and bright choreographed sunbeams into the core of its halls that inspire purity
Created in bright white and radiant blue quills against a dutch poured blue canvas.
Bahá'í Houses of Worship (or temples, as they often called) are places of prayer built by Bahá'ís, and completely open to people of all faiths, religions and beliefs!
These gorgeous temples are physical manifestations of two “essential and inseparable aspects of Bahá'í life: worship and service.” They are designed to be places of prayer for all, with subsidiary humanitarian branches that could include hospitals, schools, universities, hospices, and shelters for those in need.
12x12in. Adhered to wood. Ready to hang.
12 hour work time