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Romanesque architecture Wikipedia The Abbey of the Holy Trinity

Romanesque architecture Wikipedia The Abbey of the Holy Trinity


Lessay Abbey. From Wikipedia ...

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Abbey of Sainte-Trinité, Caen. From Wikipedia ...

The westwork of the Maria Laach Abbey, Germany, 12th century, (porch 1225) is typical of Germany, a form that dates to Carolingian architecture with grouped ...

French Romanesque architecture. From Wikipedia ...

Romanesque architecture. From Wikipedia ...

Abbey-Church of the Holy Trinity, Lessay (Normandy). A magnificent expression of Romanesque.

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The Abbaye aux Dames, Caen: Abbey Church of the Trinity (11th century) Built of stone from Caen, the Abbaye aux Dames was founded in the 11t…

The most massive Romanesque crossing tower is that at Tewkesbury Abbey, in England, where large crossing towers are characteristic. (See pic. St Alban's ...

Romanesque churches in Britain and Ireland[edit]

The aisle of the Abbey Church at Mozac has a groin vault supported on transverse arches.

The Abbey of Saint-Georges, Boscherville, is very typical of Norman architecture of the early 12th century with storeys of identical windows, blind arcading ...

France, Saint-Front, Périgueux.

Abbey Church of the Holy Trinity, Caen. Interior of the Nave, Looking West . 1820

... Heiligenkreuz Abbey 2 | by a7m2

The octagonal crossing tower of the Abbey church at Cluny influenced the building of other polygonal

A highly ornamental church facade built in alternating courses of red and white stone.

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Romanesque churches in France[edit]

The south portal of the Abbey of Saint-Pierre, Moissac, France, has

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Romanesque architecture in Poland - Image: Cieszyn 9891 crop

Romanesque Architecture / Vézelay Abbey (1120.85), France.

Romanesque churches in Italy[edit]

AD Classics: Royal Basilica of Saint-Denis / Abbot Suger

The barrel-vaulted main nave painted with frescoes. Photo Wikipedia

The Abbey of Fontenay French Romanesque architecture: Cistercian monastery founded 1118 by St Bernard of Clairvaux consecrated 1147

Romanesque architecture

Lessay Abbey

Portuguese Romanesque architecture. From Wikipedia ...

Santa Croce in Gerusalemme

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Romanesque architecture in Poland - Image: Strzelno 2

Romanesque art

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Chartres Cathedral

The Church of the Abbey of la Trinité, Caen shows the development of the twin-tower and triple-portal facade

San Giovanni in Laterano


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Romanesque architecture - The vault at the Abbey Church of Saint-Foy, Conques, France. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The keep of Conisbrough Castle, England.

San Michele (Pavía) di caboclo, su Flickr

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Romanesque architecture

Eugène Viollet-le-Duc (Public Domain). ImageElevation (1860)

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The abbey is attached to the Basilica of Santa Giustina, which was built in the 6th century. Its present shape derives from construction in the 17th century ...

San Zeno, Verona, showing defined facade, porch and wheel window

St Peter's Basilica, Rome, showing. Maderno's facade and the adapted. Dome, originally designed by. Michelangelo. Renaissance style.

St. Mary of the Holy Spirit

West front of Trani Cathedral, with bell tower

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Romanesque in Pisa · Architecture

South-side portal (detail), Church of Ste. Pierre, 1115-

Limburg Cathedral, Germany West facade 20140917 1 - Romanesque architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Romanesque architecture in Poland - Image: Collegiate Church in Tum

Vezelay cathedral interior

Romanesque Architecture and Sculpture

Westminster Abbey. From Wikipedia ...

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The Old Cathedral of Coimbra, Portugal, is fortress-like and battlemented. The two central openings are deeply recessed. Romanesque architecture - Wikipedia ...

Karlskirche (St. Charles's Church)

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Rose Window. Image © Wikimedia user Diliff (licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0

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Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch by Frederik Dawson

IABSE awards the most remarkable, innovative, creative or otherwise stimulating structure completed within the last few years (wikipedia).

Durham Cathedral, England, has decorated masonry columns alternating with piers of clustered shafts supporting

Romanesque churches in Italy

Modena-09 di Viaggiatore Fantasma, su Flickr


Sir Giles Gilbert Scott's winning competition design. Photo credit: wikipedia.com

The main two examples of Romaneque Sculpturethat you need to know. Sainte-Foys and st Lazaire Autun Cathedral

Abbey Church: The Abbey Church was built in two different styles: the Romanesque and the Gothic style. The Romanesque part was finished in 1187.

St. Mary of the Holy Spirit

Basílica del Sagrado Corazón (Paray-le-Monial) - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia

Bamberg Cathedral presents the distinctive outline of many of the large Romanesque churches of the Germanic tradition.

The parts of a Romanesque portal

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St Albans Cathedral. From Wikipedia ...

inCampania - 7/15 - portale istituzionale del turismo della Regione Campania

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Renaissance style. Taj Mahal, India (1632-54) A superb example of Mughal (Mogul) architecture.

Angouleme Cathedral Charente, France - Romanesque architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Architecture Sacrée

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Gregorian Chant at the Cistercian Abbey Stift Heiligenkreuz