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Kotor

marble, was constructed by builders working under a Franciscan friar, Vitus of Kotor. The church is distinguished by its imposing size and Romanesque (Romanesque architecture) and early Gothic (Gothic architecture) structure and design. Apart from the extensive and well preserved fresco cycles the interior features the original 14th-century stone templon, the throne of the hegumen and the carved wooden sarcophagus of the founder King (monarch) Stefan. The province


Peterborough

Sweeting having being assessed at the Dissolution (in the King's Books) as having revenue at £1,972.7.¾ per annum. thumb left Peterborough Cathedral (File:Peterborough Cathedral March 2010.jpg) (1118–1375), the Early English Gothic (English Gothic architecture) West Front (Cathedral architecture of Western Europe#West front) When civil war (English Civil War) broke out, Peterborough was divided between supporters of Charles I of England King Charles I


Hesse

Romanesque (Romanesque architecture) and early Gothic (Gothic (architecture)) buildings it is considered one of the most significant architectural heritage sites in Hesse, Germany. In the winter of 1985 86 the interior scenes of the film "The Name of the Rose (The Name of the Rose (film))" were filmed here. It is a main venue of the Rheingau Musik Festival. In the Saarland which is adjacent to and historically closely tied to France, vehicles from French companies


Normandy

building#Categories of listed building Grade II listed Anglican parish church is dedicated to St Andrew. "Church of St Andrew", ''National Heritage List for England'', English Heritage; retrieved 29 June 2011 The church has a Early English (English Gothic architecture#Early English Gothic ) nave and chancel, and a 17th century brick tower. Bonby held a small priory, established


Belarus

, was strongly influenced by Byzantine architecture. Early Eastern Orthodox churches were mainly built from wood, with their simplest form known as a cell church. Major cathedrals often featured many small domes, which has led some art historians to infer how the pagan Slavic temples may have appeared. Plot During the Great Patriotic War (World War II), two Soviet partisans go to a Belarusian village in search of food. After taking a farm animal from


Madrid

Escuela Superior de Arquitectura (Madrid Superior Technical School of Architecture) , graduating in 1935; at which time Candela traveled to Germany to further study architecture. Early after he started classes, he developed a very keen sense of geometry and started teaching other students in private lessons. In his junior year, his visual intelligence and his descriptive geometric and trigonometric talent helped him catch the eye of Luis Vegas. Vegas was his material strength professor


Ukraine

of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine and their respective cultures (including architecture). The great churches of Kievan Rus' (Architecture of Kievan Rus), built after the adoption of Christianity (Baptism of Kievan Rus') in 988, were the first examples of monumental architecture in the East Slavic region. The architectural style of the Kievan state, which quickly established itself, was strongly influenced by Byzantine architecture. Early Eastern Orthodox churches were mainly


Turkey

for Turkish (Turkey) president Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, is on the sea about offshore? (November 14, 2011) #... that the early Christian (Early Christian art and architecture) Martyrion (Martyrium (architecture)) of Saints Carpus and Papylus, which is part of the '''Church of Saint Menas (Church of Saint Menas of Samatya)''' complex in Istanbul, currently houses two shops, an iron workshop and a car wash? (October 28, 2011) #... that although the ''' Nuri


Netherlands

November 2011 Most of the consulates (former embassies until 1923, when Ankara became the new Turkish capital) are still in this area; the Italian (Italy), British (United Kingdom), German (Germany), Greek (Greece), Russian, Dutch (Netherlands), and Swedish (Sweden) consulates are significant in terms of their history and architecture. Early life, education and career Born in Syria's largest city Aleppo in 1944, he studied architecture and has a diploma in urban


Germany

impressive Romanesque (Romanesque architecture) and early Gothic (Gothic (architecture)) buildings it is considered one of the most significant architectural heritage sites in Hesse, Germany. In the winter of 1985 86 the interior scenes of the film "The Name of the Rose (The Name of the Rose (film))" were filmed here. It is a main venue of the Rheingau Musik Festival. thumb right 250px Eberbach Abbey, 2006 (Image:Kloster Eberbach fg01.JPG) '''Eberbach Abbey''' (German

: '''Kloster Eberbach''') is a former Cistercian monastery near Eltville am Rhein in the Rheingau, Germany. On account of its impressive Romanesque (Romanesque architecture) and early Gothic (Gothic (architecture)) buildings it is considered one of the most significant architectural heritage sites in Hesse, Germany. In the winter of 1985 86 the interior scenes of the film "The Name of the Rose (The Name of the Rose (film))" were filmed here. It is a main


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