Spires may refer to:

  • SPIRES, a database for publications in High-Energy Physics
  • Speyer (English formerly Spires), a city in Germany
  • The Spires, a commercial conference centre, operated out of Church House, Belfast by the Presbyterian Church in Ireland

Other articles related to "spires":

Sophienkirche - History - As An Evangelical Lutheran Church - Silbermann Pipe Organ and Bach
... redesigned in the mid-19th century, and took its final shape with its twin neogothic spires (replacing the old Baroque tower), aisles and a new façade, between 1864–1868 ... the towers were simplified (gothic elements were removed and copper-covered spires were added) because they were quite sensitive regarding the weather, and there was the risk ... a temporary solution, and that the neogothic spires would have been restored later ...
Spires Of Spirit
... Spires of Spirit, by Gael Baudino, is a collection of six novellas set in the universe of The Strands Series ... loftier place final flourishes, distant spires stretching up into the light, rising from the ruins of a very small, very personal cathedral ” ...
Ponte Delle Guglie
... The spires lie at each end of the bridge ... is the only bridge in Venice adorned with spires from whence it takes its name ("Bridge of Spires") ...
Spires That In The Sunset Rise (album)
... Spires That in the Sunset Rise is the debut, self-titled album by Spires That in the Sunset Rise, released in 2004 ...
The Spires (Houston)
... The Spires is a 426-ft ... The Spires is a self managed building where homeowners are involved through various committees ... The Spires' Board of Directors includes 11 homeowners who meet regularly ...

Famous quotes containing the word spires:

    A transition from an author’s books to his conversation, is too often like an entrance into a large city, after a distant prospect. Remotely, we see nothing but spires of temples, and turrets of palaces, and imagine it the residence of splendor, grandeur, and magnificence; but, when we have passed the gates, we find it perplexed with narrow passages, disgraced with despicable cottages, embarrassed with obstructions, and clouded with smoke.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    The eastern light our spires touch at morning,
    The light that slants upon our western doors at evening,
    The twilight over stagnant pools at batflight,
    Moon light and star light, owl and moth light,
    Glow-worm glowlight on a grassblade.
    O Light Invisible, we worship Thee!
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)

    There stood the purple spires with no breath of air
    Nor headlong bee
    To disturb their perfect poise the livelong day
    ‘Neath the alder tree.
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)