Significant Sights: Virtual tours make church visits possible in a time of coronavirus

With the coronavirus keeping people at home all over the world, here are five of the world’s most famous churches which you can visit without leaving the comfort of your own home. All your require is your internet browser…

Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem
Constructed on what are said to be the sites of Jesus’ crucifixion and tomb in what is now the Christian quarter of Old Jerusalem, the church was originally ordered to be constructed in the early 4th century on the orders of the Roman Emperor Constantine the Great. It has been rebuilt and repaired several times since. Created by company, this tour walks viewers through a selection of 360 degree photographs taken in the complex and, like other virtual tours, gives you the ability to control the camera. Head to

Read the article by Peter Adams in Sight Magazine which also covers the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, St Peter’s Basilica in Vatican City,  Westminster Abbey in London and the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.