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Santa Maria Assunta, Vasanello

Located near the via Amerina, the Church was probably served to the pilgrims on the way to and from Rome. Probably the temple was built in the 11th century. For many years, the walls and what is now the bell tower became part of the defensive wal ...

Santa Maria del Regno

The Church, together with the annexed castle, the ruins remain today, was built in the 11th century GA, daughter of the Giudice of Torres as a chapel. The Church is mentioned in the Libellus Judicum Turritanorum the 13th century.

Santa Maria di Ciciliano, Montecastrilli

The Church was there from the 11th century and located in the castle Cicigliano. It also depends on the Abbey of Farfa. He was handed an order of nuns in 1779.

Santa Maria in Ripalta, Pistoia

Santa Maria in Ripalta, in the Renaissance style, a former Church, located in San Giuliano in Arezzo, Tuscany,Italy. Structure under reconstruction.

Santa Maria Novella, Marti

Santa Maria Novella is in the Romanesque style, the Roman Catholic parish Church located on Via Pisani #45 in the village of Marti in the city of Montopoli-In-Val-dArno, in the province of Pisa, region Tuscany, Italy.

Santa Maria Nuova, Viterbo

The Church on the site existed before 1080, when the documents, please note that the Church, together with the adjacent hospital / hostel for pilgrims, was transferred to Viterbo. The Church, until 1574, after an archive and an auditorium for the ...

San Martino, Tarquinia

San Martino Romanesque style Roman Catholic Church located on via San Martino #48 in Tarquinia, province of Viterbo, region Lazio, Italy. The Church of this name documented in the city from 1051, but more information does not arise until the 16th ...

San Michele Arcangelo, Sermoneta

Stone temple allegedly built in the 11th century on the ruins of an ancient pagan temple. The facade is made of hewn stones of irregular shape and sport are uncomfortable elements such as a portico entrance from the alley at a right angle. The na ...

San Nicolo, Montecastrilli

Church was present at the site from the 10th or 11th century. The present Church with the layout of the Latin cross is "the last supper" in 1602 Archita Ricci da Urbino. Thirteen panels in the chapel of the Holy rosary are attributed to Andrea Po ...

San Paragorio

San Paragorio Church is located outside the medieval town walls of Noli, the province of Savona. This is an important monument of Romanesque architecture and is among the most beautiful buildings of this style can be seen in Liguria. It is an Ita ...

Pieve di SantAndrea (Cercina)

For the church in Pistoia, see pieve di SantAndrea, Pistoia Pieve di santandrea is the 11th-century Pieve, or a rural Church in Cercina, Tuscany, Central Italy. Begun in the Romanesque style, it was later remade. It has a sturdy bell tower with s ...

San Remigio, Florence

San Remigio Di Firenze is a Church in Florence, Italy. The temple was founded around the year 1000. It is dedicated to St. Remigia. In the 13th century the Church was reconstructed, has a triangular facade with hanging arches along the roof line. ...

San Martin de Tours de Fromista

The Church of San Martin de Tour-de-Central part hortapronta in the Central part portamonete, the province of Palencia, Spain, was built in the 11th century in Romanesque style. It is located on the way of Saint James in Santiago de Compostela in ...

San Salvi

San Salvi, also known as San Michele a San Salvi, is a Church in Florence, Italy. The Church was built in the 11th century by the Vallombrosans as part of the monastery complex. During the siege of Florence in 1529, the Church was partially destr ...

Sanctuary of Santa Maria infra Saxa, Genga

The sanctuary of Santa Maria infra Saxa and the Valadier Temple are two shrines and chapels located at the entrance to the Frasassi caves, a remarkable karst cave system in the municipality of Genga, in the province of Ancona, Marche, Italy. The ...

Sansepolcro Cathedral

According to tradition, the foundations of the Cathedral dates from the 9th century, when two natives of the region who were pilgrims to the Holy Land, Arcanus and Giles or Egídio and Arcano, returned and settled on the site. There was built the ...

Collegiate Church of Santa Maria della Scala, Chieri

Collegiate Church of Santa Maria della Scala in Chieri late-Gothic Roman Catholic Collegiate Church and the main Church or Cathedral in Chieri, province of Turin, Piedmont region, Italy.

Pieve of Saint Syrus (Cemmo)

Pieve of Saint SYRUS is a Church in the village of Cemmo, a frazione of Capo di Ponte, 410 metres above sea level. It was one of the pievi, or isolated churches with baptistries, among which the territory of Val Camonica was divided. The complex, ...

Tempietto di San Fedelino sul Lago Mezzola

The Tempietto di San Fedelino, also known as the oratorio di San Fedele, is a 10th-11th century, a small Catholic Church or the Church situated in remote rural areas through the San Fedelino near Novate Mezzola, on the South Bank of the Mera rive ...

Trieste Cathedral

The Trieste Cathedral dedicated to Saint Justus, is the Roman Catholic Cathedral and the main Church in Trieste, Northern Italy. It is the seat of the Bishop of Trieste. In 1899, Pope Leo XIII granted it the status of minor Basilica.

Vieste Co-cathedral

Cathedral of Vieste is a Roman Catholic Cathedral in Vieste, a former diocese in Apulia, southern Italy.

Santa Vittoria, Monteleone Sabino

Santa Vittoria is a Roman style, Roman Catholic Church, located outside the town of Monteleone Sabino, on the way to Rocca Sinibalda, province of Rieti, region Lazio, Italy.

Kurmukhi Church

Church of Kurmukhi Saint George Georgian Orthodox Church located in Qakh district, North-West of Azerbaijan, on the border with Georgia. The Church was built in the 12th century, when Georgia was experiencing political, economic and cultural pros ...

SantAmbrogio a Bazzano

Pieve di Santambrogio-Romanesque style Roman Catholic parish Church, or pieve is located in the vicinity of Bazzano in Neviano degli Arduini in the region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

SantAndrea, Gallicano

The Church was built outside the city walls on the way to the valley. Subsequent alterations have changed a medieval structure, not layout.

Santa Lucia, Gallicano

Santa Lucia is the Roman Catholic Church in the city of Gallicano, Tuscany, Italy. The Church is described in the 12th century, is under the control of the Abbey of Frassinoro. It was located near the castle and near the ancient parish Church of ...

SantAndrea, Spello

A Church on this site is documented since 1025, as belonging to the Camaldolese monks from the monastery of San Silvestro on Monte Subasio. In the 13th century the Church passed under the authority of the Bishop of Spoleto, who then granted, and ...

SantAntonio Abate, Fidenza

SantAntonio abate the Romanesque style, the Roman Catholic Church in Fidenza, province of Parma, in the Emilia-Romagna region, in Northern Italy. The Church was built in the 12th century as part of the hospice and the monastery on the pilgrimage ...

Assisi Cathedral

Assisi Cathedral dedicated to San Rufino is a major Church in Assisi, Italy. This majestic Church in the Romanesque style of the Umbrian was the third Church built on the same site, contain the remains of Bishop Rufinus of Assisi, martyred in the ...

Bari Cathedral

Bari Cathedral Bari, in Puglia, in southern Italy, the older, though less famous than, the Basilica of St. Nicholas in the same city. The Cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of Bari-Bitonto, as it was previously of the archbishops, earlier bi ...

San Carlo, Todi

San Carlo, formerly SantIlario small Romanesque and Gothic style, Roman Catholic Church on the street of San Carlo and the intersection of Sesia O della-Piana, below Piazza del Mercato Vecchio, in the heart of Todi, in the province of Perugia, re ...

Abbey of Casanova, Carmagnola

Casanova Abbey is a former Cistercian monastery located in Carmagnola, in Piedmont, Italy. Roman Catholic Church building is functioning in 2019 as the Church of the parish.

Santa Cecilia, Acquasparta

Santa Cecilia Romanesque and the Renaissance style Church and bell tower located in Acquasparta, Terni, Umbria, Italy. The Church was built in the 12th century in honor of St. Cecilia, the patron Saint of the city. In 1581, the CESI chapel was co ...

Church of Saints Nazarius and Celsus

The Church of Saint-Nazaire is a Catholic Church next to dusty conditions, Italy. It is located on the slope of a hill called San Nazario Brick and is easily visible in rural areas due to its tall steeple and the chromatic effect due to alternati ...

Church of San Lorenzo de Vallejo de Mena, Burgos

The Church of San Lorenzo is located in Vallejo de MENA, in the village, in the valley of MENA, part of the region of Las Merindades, in Burgos province, Spain. Sources that support the Dating of the Church is limited. The inscription in the Chur ...

Church of San Pedro de Tejada, Burgos

The Church of San Pedro de Tejada is located in the valley Valdivieso, part of the region of Las Merindades, in Burgos province, Spain. The monastery already existed in the early 9th century. The present Church was built in the 12th century and i ...

Church of Santiago (Carrion de los Condes)

Church of Santiago is located on the northeast corner of the main square of the city carrión de Los Condes, Spain. The Church stands on the main street which crosses the town after the Camino de Santiago was built in the mid 12th century. It has ...

Church of Santo Domingo, Soria

It was built in the late 12th century above a pre-existing Church dedicated to San Tomé, although it was partially renovated in the following centuries, including the Century Transept and choir area, added in the 16th century when a Dominican con ...

Collegiate church of San Martin de Elines, Cantabria

The Church of San martín de Elines is located in the valley Valderrible, in Cantabria, Spain. Originally part of a monastery, SV. Martins later became a collegiate Church under the jurisdiction of the diocese of Burgos. The existing Church was bu ...

Collegiate Church of San Pedro de Cervatos

Collegiate Church of San Pedro de Cervatos is a collegiate Church located in Campoo de Enmedio, Spain. The Church was built around 1129. He was protected by heritage listing in 1895.

Church of the Commenda, Faenza

The commenda Church is in the Romanesque style, the Roman Catholic Church, located in Corso Europa, in the square Fra Sabba da Castiglione, Faenza, in Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

San Cristoforo, Cortona

San Cristoforo is a small, Roman Catholic Church, located at the intersection of VIA San niccolò and via Dellorto della Sera, in the centre of Cortona, province of Arezzo, region Tuscany in Italy.

Dolianova Cathedral

The city dolianova Cathedral, dedicated to Saint Panteleimon, is the Roman Catholic Church the Cathedral in the historic centre of the city dolianova, Sardinia, Italy. This is one of the main Romanesque buildings in the Island. Previously, the Ep ...

San Domenico, Narni

San Domenico is a Church in the Romanesque style and located on via Mazzini in the city centre of Narni in the province of Terni, region Umbria, Italy.

Eglise Notre-Dame de Calais

The Church Notre-Dame Roman Catholic parish Church located on Rue de La Paix, in Calais, Department of Pas-de-Calais, in Northern France. It dates from the 12th century, and mainly from the 14th century.

San Fabiano, Prato

San Fabiano-Romanesque style, the Roman Catholic Church and convent is located in via Di Gherardo and via del Seminario in the city of Prato in Tuscany, Italy. The early medieval structure is one of the oldest churches of food.

Ferentino Cathedral

The Cathedral of Ferentino Roman Catholic Cathedral in the city of Ferentino, Lazio, Italy, in honor of saints John and Paul, the 2nd-century martyrs from Rome. Previously, the Episcopal residence of the diocese of Ferentino, he was in 1986 at th ...

San Lorenzo, Contigliano

San Lorenzo in Quintiliano small Romanesque-style Roman Catholic Church located on top of a hill near the town of Contigliano, the province of Rieti, region Lazio, Italy. The Church is without a roof and remains in the secularized destroy.

San Gennaro, Capannori

San Gennaro 12th century in the Romanesque style, the Roman Catholic Church in the district of San Gennaro within the city of Capannori, province of Lucca, region Tuscany, Italy.

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