From the mid-1950s to the 1970s, a self-proclaimed Republic of Taiwan Provisional Government was active in Japan. Its president was Thomas Wen-I Liao, who was in exile there. This government used a flag of a blue field charged with a white sun and a white moon.
Rosslyn Chapel :) Considering the masters of the time never got the privilege of seeing it's completion .. I consider this chapel a pinnacle of the ages. No where else has a pagan church survived, and been converted to a Catholic church retaining all of the original artwork.
Monograms of Jesus. A monogram is one or more letters put together to form a symbol. Monograms date back to the first century and are among Christianity’s oldest symbols. Monograms that are connected to Jesus Christ (Chi Rho, etc.) are called chrismons. The term chrismon comes from two Latin words Christi Monogramma which mean “monogram of Christ.” Chrismon trees, a tradition started in American churches in the mid-1900’s, is one way in which chrismons can be displayed in a church.
The chapel of Templars - Rosslyn (Edinburgh) - Scotland. Roslyn Chapel Founded in the century by William Sinclair who was descended from a noble family of Norman knights. It is said to have many Knights Templar symbols, and
The History of the Nurse's Cap - Nurses’ caps had both practical purposes and symbolic significance. Though it’s difficult to pin down an exact time period when wearing caps became standard practice, there is a mild consensus that they became prevalent in the mid-1800s. Some say that caps were originally donned by the Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul in Paris, where one of the first official nursing schools was established in 1864.