Churches are usually filled with decades and possibly centuries-old items and decorations. Typically these depict biblical scenes and saints. However, at the St. Petri Cathedral in Malmo, a pair of stained glass windows have a very modern appeal.
The project was a collaborative effort between the church, local organizations, and the Malmo Museum to give children of various cultures a taste of different religions. The children visited several churches and learned about their history, along with the stories depicted inside and on the windows. Additionally, they watched a theatrical performance of St. George and the Dragon.
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