Select images of Octagonal churche buildings. An octagonal church has an octagonal (eight-sided polygon) architectural plan. This category also includes shapes that are not regular octagons (i.e., not necessarily equiangular or equilateral), as well as buildings with extensions (choir, porch, narthex) that depart from the purely octagonal shape.
By country or region
Germany and the Netherlands
Oostkerk (1668), Middelburg, Netherlands.
Floor of Nieuw Kerk in Haag, several octagonal sections
«Zum Friedefürsten» (1737), Klingenthal.
The Octagon in Aachener Dom
Nordic and Baltic countries
Heinola church (1811), Finland
USA and United Kingdom
Tattie Kirk (1806), Scotland
San Flaviano (early 1500s), Giulianova
Iglesia de Santa María de Eunate (romansk, 1100-tallet), Muruzábal, Navarra.
St. George's Cathedral, Addis Abeba.
Reformed Church (1820), Seengen, Switzerland
Reformed Church (interior), Seengen, Switzerland
Geiranger church, Norway, stretched (irregular octagon)
Nave may be regular octagon, but with notable extensions (arms) in two directions (east-west)