Stained glass is a type of glass made of colored pieces of glass or paintings on the glass that usually represent scenes or characters. It is one of the characteristic architectural elements of the Gothic style.
Stained glass windows can be found in most Catholic churches, castles and cathedrals. They portray religious scenes, mainly passages from the Holy Bible.
Religious stained glass windows are very present in the Catholic Church, and are almost part of the architecture of chapels, basilicas, cathedrals and practically all religious temples for centuries.
Nowadays, stained glass is also seen in private homes, as people look for this type of art and apply it in their daily lives.
Stained glass windows of private houses can be seen, in places such as: domes or ceilings, doors or entrances and windows.
When the sun enters and passes its rays through the stained glass glass, you can be sure that you will have a stunning and magnificent view, because that is the effect that stained glass windows have.