Stained glass is a western architectural decoration, which is common in churches and installed on the wall of buildings. In Islamic mosques, the art of stained glass is also common. Its action principle is that when the light of the day shines on the glass, it can produce a brilliant and dazzling effect. In the era of electric lights, the colorful light emitted from the church at night is a myriad of phenomena.
In the early days, most of the stained glass was based on biblical stories and moved believers with the effect of light and patterns. The local legends and myths of some church locations will also enter their themes. Since modern times, stained glass has been used not only in churches, but also in many general buildings, indoor spaces and products.