Romanesque

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Abbey and Altenmünster of Lorsch: Torhalle, part of the Romanesque church
Albi: Pont-Vieux
Aquileia: Basilica
Arles: Saint Trophime's Church
Avignon: Cathedral of Notre-Dame-des-Doms
Avila: Saint Vincent's Church
Bamberg: Cathedral
Bordeaux: Church of Holy Cross
Canterbury: Cathedral
Cistercian Abbey of Fontenay: "built in the Romanesque style" (wiki)
Costiera Amalfitana: St Andrew Cathedral
Cracow: Saint Andrew's Church, Saint Adalbert's Chapel and Saint Leonard's Crypt
Ferrara: Pomposa Abbey
Fertö/Neusiedlersee: Fisher's Church in Rust (Romanesque original with later Gothic additions)
Florence: Saint John's Baptistery
Kotor: The Cathedral
Loire Valley: Fontevraud Abbey
Longobards in Italy: a specific sub-style sometimes called "First Romanesque" or "Lombard Romanesque"
Medieval Monuments in Kosovo: Palaiologos Renaissance School, ..., combining eastern orthodox and western Romanesque features (AB ev)
Modena: Cathedral
Old City of Jerusalem: Church of St. Anne
Oporto: Cathedral
Portovenere, Cinque Terre, and the Islands: San Lorenzo in Portovenere
Prague: Saint Longin's Rotunda, Holy Cross Rotunda, Saint George's Basilica
Provins: La Maison romane : s?rement la plus ancienne maison de Provins (Xe si?cle ou XIe si?cle), elle abrite le Mus?e du Provinois.
Rammelsberg and Goslar: Emperor's Palace in Goslar
Regensburg: Saint James' Church
Reichenau: church of St Peter and St Paul at Niederzell (AB ev)
Reims: Abbey of St. Remi was originally romanesque, parts of it remain such as the sculptures in the chapter house
Route of Santiago de Compostela: Romanic bridge over Arga river (early 11th century) in Puente La Reina
Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France: Several, including the Basilica of St. Sernin in Toulouse
Salamanca: Old Cathedral
Santiago de Compostela: Cathedral, Gelmirez Palace and Santa Maria del Sar Church
Segovia: More than 10 Romanesque churches
Spissky Hrad and Levoca: Spišská Kapitula
Split: Saint Benedict's Church
Stari Ras and Sopocani: Parts of the Sopocani and Djurdjevi Stupovi monasteries
Studenica Monastery: Romanesque sculptors responsible for the west and south gates and the great east window (AB ev)
Trebic: Saint Procopius' Basilica
Trier: Cathedral
Upper Middle Rhine Valley: Basilica St. Kastor, Koblenz
Val d'Orcia: Sant'Antimo abbey
Verona: Saint Zeno's Basilica
Vienna: Saint Virgil's Chapel, Rupert Church
Vineyard Landscape of Piedmont: several towns such as Castiglione Falletto and Barolo
Vézelay: Saint Magdalene's Church

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