"Pre-Romanesque" is an architectural style from Western Europe, which preceded the beginning of the Romanesque period in the 11th century (ca. 5th-10th centuries). It is characterized by the introduction and absorption of classical Mediterranean and Christian forms with Germanic ones, creating innovative new forms.
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- Aachen Cathedral: Palatine Chapel
- Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch
- Abbey of St Gall
- Asturian Monuments
- Benedictine Convent of St. John: well-preserved heritage of Carolingian art > the Carolingian era is part of the period in Medieval art sometimes called the "Pre-Romanesque". (wiki)
- Corvey: Carolingian Westwerk from the 9th century
- Ferrara: Basilica di Pomposa
- Hildesheim Cathedral and Church: St. Michael's Church (according to wiki)
- Loire Valley: Oratoire carolingien de Germigny-des-Prés
- Longobards in Italy Link
- Quedlinburg: St. Wiperti, St. Marien
- Reichenau: St. George
- Rome: Santa Prassede
- Yuso and Suso Monasteries: Suso: Visigoth and Mozarabic parts
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