United Nations Human Rights Room and Cupola, Geneva, Switzerland.

United Nations Human Rights Room | Geneva, Switzerland

The structure of the “dome” began in 2007 and was completed 9 months later when the author, artist Miquel Barcelo placed his signature in the middle of the Cupola. Knowing that for this 1,400 square meters of ceiling, they needed 35,000 kilos of paint – this was met with great awe! The art piece on the Cupola is a metaphor of what the United Nations represent.

The golden cupola shines over the St. Stephen's Basilica in Budapest. With its central portrayal of God, it's a unique art piece in the heart of Hungary

Cupola of St. Stephen’s Basilica | Budapest, Hungary

Three times I had been now to Budapest, and all three times I found my accommodation to be right next to the St. Stephen’s Basilica. And on every of my visits I had at least a brief look into the basilica – and the golden cupola stuck in my mind. By the way: The person in the middle of the cupola is really supposed to be God! That seems pretty unique to me, do you know any other church in which you find a portrayal of God?