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Basilica di San'Ambrogio Milano - Italy

Basilica di San'Ambrogio Milano - Italy

St Martins Cathedral, Lucca.   Lucca  is a city and comune in Tuscany, the north-west of Italy, situated on the river Serchio in a fertile plain near the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is the capital city of the Province of Lucca. Among other reasons, it is famous for its intact Renaissance-era city walls.  Frediano, an Irish monk, was bishop of Lucca in the early 6th century. At one point, Lucca was plundered by Odoacer, the first Germanic King of Italy.

St Martins Cathedral, Lucca. Lucca is a city and comune in Tuscany, the north-west of Italy, situated on the river Serchio in a fertile plain near the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is the capital city of the Province of Lucca. Among other reasons, it is famous for its intact Renaissance-era city walls. Frediano, an Irish monk, was bishop of Lucca in the early 6th century. At one point, Lucca was plundered by Odoacer, the first Germanic King of Italy.

Annasemplicemente: Abbazia di Pomposa

Annasemplicemente: Abbazia di Pomposa

Duomo di Pisa. Construction was begun in 1064 by the architect Buscheto, and set the model for the distinctive Pisan Romanesque style of architecture.

Duomo di Pisa. Construction was begun in 1064 by the architect Buscheto, and set the model for the distinctive Pisan Romanesque style of architecture.

La Basílica de San Ambrosio (Sant'Ambrogio en italiano), originalmente llamada Basílica Martyrum, en honor a los cristianos martirizados durante las persecuciones romanas y enterrados en la zona donde se erigió la Basílica, fue encargada por el obispo de Milán, San Ambrosio entre los años 379 – 386. Cuando el mismo Ambrosio fue sepultado en la basílica, le fue cambiado el nombre.

La Basílica de San Ambrosio (Sant'Ambrogio en italiano), originalmente llamada Basílica Martyrum, en honor a los cristianos martirizados durante las persecuciones romanas y enterrados en la zona donde se erigió la Basílica, fue encargada por el obispo de Milán, San Ambrosio entre los años 379 – 386. Cuando el mismo Ambrosio fue sepultado en la basílica, le fue cambiado el nombre.

Abbazia di Pomposa - E Romagna

Abbazia di Pomposa - E Romagna

Abbazia di Pomposa

Abbazia di Pomposa

San Tommaso in Lemine (XII sec) - Almenno San Bartolomeo - BG

San Tommaso in Lemine (XII sec) - Almenno San Bartolomeo - BG

Basilica of San Michele Maggiore, completed in 1155

Basilica of San Michele Maggiore, completed in 1155


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Modena Cathedral. 1184, one of the most important Romanesque buildings in Europe.

Modena Cathedral. 1184, one of the most important Romanesque buildings in Europe.

Romanesque architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Romanesque architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Around the upper wall of the chancel at the Abbaye d'Arthous, Landes, France, are small figures depicting lust, intemperance and a Barbary ape, symbol of human depravity.

Around the upper wall of the chancel at the Abbaye d'Arthous, Landes, France, are small figures depicting lust, intemperance and a Barbary ape, symbol of human depravity.

Basilica di San Michele Maggiore, Pavia

Basilica di San Michele Maggiore, Pavia

Imperial Cathedral, exterior, begun 1030, rebuilt 1082, view from west, German Romanesque

Imperial Cathedral, exterior, begun 1030, rebuilt 1082, view from west, German Romanesque

San Zeno, Verona

San Zeno, Verona

St Martin's Church, Gensac-la-Pallue has capitals with elaborate interlacing.

St Martin's Church, Gensac-la-Pallue has capitals with elaborate interlacing.

Exterior of Monreale Cathedral (Palermo, Sicily) - built from 1174 to 1185.

Exterior of Monreale Cathedral (Palermo, Sicily) - built from 1174 to 1185.

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