Romanesque Architecture | Romanesque architecture. Estella. Lizarra. Navarra. Spain.

This is a classic example of Romanesque Architecture found in Estella-Lizarra Spain. The columns and decorative carving above the door are indicators of the Romanesque style this building embodies.

Romanesque stone vaulting Graphic History of Architecture by John Mansbridge

Romanesque stone vaulting Graphic History of Architecture by John Mansbridge. His use of many types of arches vaulted architecture to an even high level than ever before.

One of the highest achievements of Italian Gothic art and architecture is Orvieto Cathedral. Few buildings in the world are that ornate, and at the same time - few have such a well balanced and harmonious architecture.  A very good text about it can be read here.

“ One of the highest achievements of Italian Gothic art and architecture is Orvieto Cathedral. Few buildings in the world are that ornate, and at the same time - few have such a well balanced and harmonious architecture. ” A very good text about it.

The groin-vaulted crypt of Worcester Cathedral  Romanesque architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The groin-vaulted crypt of Worcester Cathedral Romanesque architecture - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Bell tower of Angoulême Cathedral, Charente, SW France

Romanesque architecture - Bell tower of Angoulême Cathedral, Charente, SW France. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Angoulême Cathedral (Cathédrale Saint-Pierre d'Angoulême) is a religious building of Angoulême, Charente, France, an example of Romanesque architecture and sculpture in France.     en.structurae.de/... en.wikipedia.org/...

Angoulême Cathedral an example of Romanesque architecture and sculpture in France.

#Romanesque south door of San Vicente, Avila -  ROMANESQUE style : Combining features of Western Roman and Byzantine buildings

Arched portal, doors, Romanesque south door of San Vicente, Avila - ROMANESQUE style : Combining features of Western Roman and Byzantine buildings

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.

The Maria Laach Abbey, Germany, century, (porch 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 in the romanesque style.

NORMAN architecture (English Romanesque) Durham Cathedral with the Mill below (begun 1093 and largely completed within 40 years)

England Travel Inspiration - NORMAN architecture (English Romanesque) Durham Cathedral with the Mill below (begun 1093 and largely completed within 40 years)

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