Classic Romanesque Architecture. Romanesque architecture is an architectural style of Medieval Europe characterized by semi-circular arches.
The Romanesque church of San Millán (12th century), Segovia, Spain.
The westwork of the Maria Laach Abbey, Germany, C12th, (porch 1225) is typical of Germany, a form that dates to Carolingian architecture with grouped towers of different plans and both "candle-snuffer" and Rhenish helm spires.
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Church of Maria Laach -The church is considered an important example of German Romanesque architecture - Glees, Rhineland-Palatinate - Germany
Romanesque Architecture | Romanesque architecture. Estella. Lizarra. Navarra. Spain.
Ják,Hungary -is the most complete Romanesque Architecture Church it was originally built as the church of a Benedictine Monastery built 13th century St George abbey and St Jacab chapel
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Characteristics of Romanesque Architecture (II)
Romanesque stone vaulting Graphic History of Architecture by John Mansbridge