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Romanesque architecture, characterized by its sturdy and imposing structures, emerged in Europe during the 11th and 12th centuries

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Scene of the Battle

Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Scene of the Battle of Hastings. Detail of the battle between the soldiers of William I of England and the Anglo-Saxons. Romanesque art. Decorative Arts; Tapestry. FRANCE

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Battle of Hastings

Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Battle of Hastings (1066). Detail. Romanesque art. Tapestry. FRANCE. Bayeux. Archaeological Museum

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Cologne Cathedral, Cologne, Germany, UNESCO World Heritage Site, North Rhine Westphalia

Cologne Cathedral, Cologne, Germany, UNESCO World Heritage Site, North Rhine Westphalia

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Neuschwanstein Castle, Allgau, Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle, Allgau, Germany

Background imageRomanesque Collection: St. Davids Cathedral, Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

St. Davids Cathedral, Pembrokeshire, Wales, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Romanesque altar from Sagas. The Visitation, Nativity and Ad

Romanesque altar from Sagas. The Visitation, Nativity and Ad
Spain. Romanesque art. 12th century. Altar from Sagas. The Visitation, Nativity and Adoration of the Magi. Diocesan and regional Museum of Solsona. Catalonia

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Scenic view of Dubrovnik, Croatia, Europe

Scenic view of Dubrovnik, Croatia, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain

Santiago de Compostela, Galicia, Spain
Obradoiro faAzade view of the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, whose old town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Mstricht skyline, Onze Lieve Vrouwebasiliek (Basilica of Our Lady) in early autumn

Mstricht skyline, Onze Lieve Vrouwebasiliek (Basilica of Our Lady) in early autumn, Mstricht, Limburg, Netherlands, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Photographer at the top of the spiral stairs inside the towers of Initiation Well

Photographer at the top of the spiral stairs inside the towers of Initiation Well at Quinta da Regaleira, Sintra, Portugal, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: East end of Notre-Dame Cathedral, Bayeux, Normandy, France, Europe

East end of Notre-Dame Cathedral, Bayeux, Normandy, France, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Making a boat. Romanesque

Bayeux Tapestry. 1066-1077. Making a boat. Romanesque art. Tapestry. FRANCE. Bayeux. Archaeological Museum

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Crusades. Knight of the Templar Chapel. Romanesque

Crusades. Knight of the Templar Chapel. Romanesque art. Fresco. FRANCE. Paris. National Museum of French Monuments. Proc: FRANCE. Cressac-Saint-Genis

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Medieval stained glass depicting the Cure of Eilward of Westoning, Becket Miracle Window 5

Medieval stained glass depicting the Cure of Eilward of Westoning, Becket Miracle Window 5, Trinity Chapel Ambulatory, Canterbury Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Canterbury, Kent, England

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Budapest, Hungary - Fishermans Bastion

Budapest, Hungary - Fishermans Bastion
The Halaszbastya or Fishermans Bastion. A terrace in neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque style on the Buda bank of the Danube (on the Castle hill), Budapest, around Matthias Church

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Romantic Neuschwanstein Castle and German Alps during autumn, southern part of Romantic Road

Romantic Neuschwanstein Castle and German Alps during autumn, southern part of Romantic Road, Bavaria, Germany, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Durham Cathedral, 1893. Creator: Unknown

Durham Cathedral, 1893. Creator: Unknown
Durham Cathedral, 1893. The Romanesque cathedral in Durham dates almost entirely from the 12th century. It was a medieval site of pilgrimage due to the presence of the remains of St Cuthbert

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Caen, France - Saint Etienne Church and Abbey

Caen, France - Saint Etienne Church and Abbey (Abbaye aux Hommes), semi-circular apse and high school. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Tewkesbury Abbey reflected in water at dusk, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England

Tewkesbury Abbey reflected in water at dusk, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Duomo di Amalfi cathedral facade with bell tower, Amalfi, Italy

Duomo di Amalfi cathedral facade with bell tower, Amalfi, Italy
Duomo di Amalfi cathedral facade in Romanesque, Byzantine and Arabic styles with bell tower, Amalfi, Italy, a UNESCO Heritage site

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Ely Cathedral in late afternoon sunshine, Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity

Ely Cathedral in late afternoon sunshine, Church of the Holy and Undivided Trinity, Ely, Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Duomo, Pisa, Tuscany, Italy

Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Duomo, Pisa, Tuscany, Italy

Background imageRomanesque Collection: The Pope Urban II consecrates the altar of the

The Pope Urban II consecrates the altar of the church of the Cluny abbey (1085). Miniature of 12th c. Romanesque art. Miniature Painting. FRANCE. Paris. National Library

Background imageRomanesque Collection: View of Cathedral of St. Anastasia, Zadar, Zadar county, Dalmatia region, Croatia, Europe

View of Cathedral of St. Anastasia, Zadar, Zadar county, Dalmatia region, Croatia, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica cathedral, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam, Indochina

Saigon Notre-Dame Basilica cathedral, Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam, Indochina, Southeast Asia, Asia

Background imageRomanesque Collection: The Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, Sor-Trondelag, Norway, Scandinavia, Europe

The Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim, Sor-Trondelag, Norway, Scandinavia, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Budapest, Hungary - Fishermans Bastion

Budapest, Hungary - Fishermans Bastion
The Halaszbastya or Fishermans Bastion. A terrace in neo-Gothic and neo-Romanesque style on the Buda bank of the Danube (on the Castle hill), Budapest, around Matthias Church

Background imageRomanesque Collection: SPAIN. Cangas de On�Medieval bridge of Cangas

SPAIN. Cangas de On�Medieval bridge of Cangas
SPAIN. Cangas de On� Medieval bridge of Cangas (14th c.), also known as the Roman Bridge. Gothic art.; Romanesque art

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Tower of Hercules, CoruAna, Galicia, Spain

Tower of Hercules, CoruAna, Galicia, Spain
The Tower of Hercules (Torre de Hercules) is an ancient Roman lighthouse. Since June 27, 2009, has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Charlemagne - the first Holy Roman Emperor, published in 1868

Charlemagne - the first Holy Roman Emperor, published in 1868
Charlemagne (Charles the Great, Latin: Carolus Magnus, possibly 742 - 814), King of the Franks from 768 on and Emperor of the Romans (Imperator Romanorum) from 800 to his death in 814

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Fresco in the crypt of the Cathedral, Anagni, Italy, (1928). Creator: Unknown

Fresco in the crypt of the Cathedral, Anagni, Italy, (1928). Creator: Unknown
Fresco in the crypt of the Cathedral, Anagni, Italy, (1928). About 1250...Hippocrates and Galen, painted by the master of the " Traslazioni" in the crypt of the same church

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Pantocrator in the apse of the church of Sant Climent de Taüll in the Vall de Boi (Boi Valley)

Pantocrator in the apse of the church of Sant Climent de Taüll in the Vall de Boi (Boi Valley)
Pantocrator in the apse of the church of Sant Climent de Taull in the Vall de Boi (Boi Valley), Alta Ribagorca

Background imageRomanesque Collection: St. Stephens Cathedral or Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria

St. Stephens Cathedral or Stephansdom, Vienna, Austria

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Cathedral Notre-Dame at night, Strasbourg, Alsace, Bas-Rhin Department, France, Europe

Cathedral Notre-Dame at night, Strasbourg, Alsace, Bas-Rhin Department, France, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Malvern Girls College, Great Malvern, Worcestershire

Malvern Girls College, Great Malvern, Worcestershire
Malvern Girls College (now Malvern St James Girls School), Great Malvern, Worcestershire. Date: circa 1930s

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Romanesque Art. France. 12th century. Moissac Abbey. Tympanu

Romanesque Art. France. 12th century. Moissac Abbey. Tympanum of the south-west portico. Tetramorph and Pantocrator

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Romanesque Art. 11th century. Tapestry of Creation or Girona

Romanesque Art. 11th century. Tapestry of Creation or Girona Tapestry. Creation of birds and fish. Museum of the Cathedral of Girona. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire, England

Gloucester Cathedral, Gloucestershire, England
Gloucester Cathedral, formally the Cathedral Church of St Peter and the Holy and Indivisible Trinity, in Gloucester, England, stands in the north of the city near the River Severn

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Scenes from the death of St. John the Baptist, relief from a capital (stone)

Scenes from the death of St. John the Baptist, relief from a capital (stone)
XIR86203 Scenes from the death of St. John the Baptist, relief from a capital (stone) by French School, (12th century); Musee des Augustins, Toulouse

Background imageRomanesque Collection: The ruins of Pompeii, UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE, Naples province, Campania, Italy

The ruins of Pompeii, UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE, Naples province, Campania, Italy

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Germany, Baden-Wurttemberg, Maulbronn. Kloster Maulbronn (Maulbronn Monastery), UNESCO

Germany, Baden-Wurttemberg, Maulbronn. Kloster Maulbronn (Maulbronn Monastery), UNESCO World Heritage Site

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Neuschwanstein Castle near Schwangau, Allgau, Bavaria, Germany, Europe

Neuschwanstein Castle near Schwangau, Allgau, Bavaria, Germany, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Fishermans Bastion and Matthias Church

Fishermans Bastion and Matthias Church

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Candelabra, St Stephens Cathedral, Vienna, Austria

Candelabra, St Stephens Cathedral, Vienna, Austria

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Galata Tower. Istanbul. Turkey

Galata Tower. Istanbul. Turkey

Background imageRomanesque Collection: The Adriatic Sea, harbour wall and Cathedral of St. Nicholas the Pilgrim (San Nicola

The Adriatic Sea, harbour wall and Cathedral of St. Nicholas the Pilgrim (San Nicola Pellegrino) in Trani, Apulia, Italy, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Canterbury Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, with nativity diorama at dusk, Canterbury, Kent

Canterbury Cathedral, UNESCO World Heritage Site, with nativity diorama at dusk, Canterbury, Kent, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageRomanesque Collection: Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Romanesque

Tapestry of Creation. 1st half 12th c. Romanesque



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Romanesque architecture, characterized by its sturdy and imposing structures, emerged in Europe during the 11th and 12th centuries. This architectural style is evident in various iconic landmarks around the continent. One such example is the Bayeux Tapestry, a remarkable masterpiece that depicts scenes from the Battle of Hastings in 1066. The tapestry showcases intricate details and vivid colors, providing a glimpse into medieval life. Neuschwanstein Castle in Germany also exhibits Romanesque elements with its grandeur and fairy-tale-like appearance. Perched on a hilltop, this castle offers breathtaking views of the Allgau region and stands as an epitome of architectural beauty. Cologne Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in North Rhine Westphalia, Germany, showcases stunning Romanesque features. Its towering spires dominate Cologne's skyline and attract visitors from all over the world to admire its awe-inspiring design. The Romanesque altar from Sagas portrays biblical scenes like The Visitation and Nativity with exquisite craftsmanship. These artworks provide insights into religious devotion during that era. Santiago de Compostela in Spain holds immense significance for pilgrims who travel along the Camino de Santiago route. Its cathedral exemplifies Romanesque architecture while serving as a spiritual destination for countless believers. The Knight of Templar Chapel represents another aspect culture – crusades. This chapel symbolizes chivalry and dedication to protecting Christian interests during these historical conflicts. Notre-Dame Cathedral in Bayeux, Normandy boasts an impressive east end showcasing magnificent examples design. It stands as a testament to France's rich architectural heritage throughout history. St David's Cathedral situated in Pembrokeshire, Wales reflects both Norman influences alongside traditional Welsh styles within its structure – blending seamlessly to create an extraordinary place of worship. In Zadar county within Croatia's Dalmatia region, the Cathedral of St.