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Aachen Cathedral
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
Belfries The belfry of Boulogne is "in the Roman style". (2005 AB Ev) The belfry of Saint-Riquier is in the Romanesque style, as are the lower parts of the belfries of Boulogne and of the Church of Saint-Éloi in Dunkerque (Nomination file, p. 24, 35), and the Church of Saint-Germanus in Tienen.
Bordeaux Church of Holy Cross
Canterbury Cathedral
Cistercian Abbey of Fontenay "built in the Romanesque style" (wiki)
Convent of Christ in Tomar
Cordoba Several of the "Fernandine churches"
Costiera Amalfitana St Andrew Cathedral
Durham Castle and Cathedral
Ferrara Pomposa Abbey
Fertö/Neusiedlersee Fisher's Church in Rust (Romanesque original with later Gothic additions)
Florence Saint John's Baptistery
Hildesheim Cathedral and Church
Kotor The Cathedral
Kraków Saint Andrew's Church, Saint Adalbert's Chapel and Saint Leonard's Crypt
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
Naumburg Cathedral demonstrating a transitional style between Late Romanesque and Early Gothic (AB ev)
Notre-Dame Cathedral in Tournai
Old City of Jerusalem Church of St. Anne
Oporto Cathedral
Padua’s fourteenth-century fresco cycles "the Basilica of St. Anthony of Padua (...) is characterised by a fusion of different styles: Romanesque, in features of its gabled façade; Gothic, in the floor plan of the ambulatory with its nine chapels; Byzantine, in the eight lead-sheeted cupolas and in the two slim bell-towers." (Nomination file, p. 112)
Piazza del Duomo (Pisa) The lower section of the Baptistry is in the Romanesque style.
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.
Quedlinburg "The Collegiate Church of St Servatius is one of the masterpieces of Romanesque architecture." (Official description) "The castle, church and old town (...) were added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1994 because of their exceptional preservation and outstanding Romanesque architecture." (wiki)
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
Saint-Savin sur Gartempe
Salamanca Old Cathedral
Santiago de Compostela Cathedral, Gelmirez Palace and Santa Maria del Sar Church
Segovia More than 10 Romanesque churches
Siena The west façade of Siena Cathedral combines "elements of French Gothic, Tuscan Romanesque architecture, and Classical architecture". "The lower portion of the façade is (...) built in Tuscan Romanesque style."
Speyer Cathedral
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)
The Porticoes of Bologna Basilica di Santo Stefano
Trebic Saint Procopius' Basilica
Trier Cathedral
Upper Middle Rhine Valley Basilica St. Kastor, Koblenz
Val d'Orcia Sant'Antimo abbey
Vall de Boi
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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