Romanesque Architecture

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Romanesque (meaning in the Roman manner) architecture was the dominant architectural style in Europe in the 11th and 12th centuries, which manifests a combination of Roman and Byzantine styles set apart by semi-circular arches. Romanesque churches were the first stone vaulted buildings to include monumental sculpture based on Basilican plan since ancient Rome but the designs varied from place to place.

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