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Greek Revival church buildings in Massachusetts

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Michigan

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Minnesota

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Mississippi

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Missouri

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Nebraska

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in New Hampshire

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in New Jersey

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in New York (state)

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in North Carolina

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Ohio

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Pennsylvania

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Rhode Island

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in South Carolina

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Tennessee

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Utah

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Vermont

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Virginia

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in West Virginia

                                               

Greek Revival church buildings in Wisconsin

                                               

Roman bridges in England

                                               

Pont Serme

The Pont Serme or Pons Selinus, later called the Pons Septimus, was a Roman bridge of the Via Domitia in Herault, southern France. The approximately 1500 m long viaduct crossed the wide marshes of the Orb and the Etang de Capestang west of Bezier ...

                                               

Roman Theatre (Mainz)

The Roman Theatre in Mainz, Rhineland Palatinate was excavated in the late 1990s. It is located immediately next to the Mainz Romisches Theater station and was once the largest Roman theatre north of the Alps, with a diameter of 116 metres, a sta ...

                                               

Roman auxiliary forts in Germany

                                               

Roman fortified camps in Germany

                                               

Roman citadels in Italy

                                               

Roman villa of Almoinhas

Constructed during the period of Roman occupation of the Iberian peninsula in the first centuries of the new millennium. The discovery of the villa of Almoinhas dates back to 1990, when the first materials were discovered onsite. There discovery ...

                                               

Roman villa of Alto da Cidreira

The Roman villa of Alto da Cidreira is a Roman villa in the civil parish of Alcabideche, municipality of Cascais, in the Lisbon District of Portugal. Although known since the 1890s, this site has largely been neglected by archaeologists, resultin ...

                                               

Roman ruins of Cerro da Vila

The Roman Ruins of Cerro da Vila are the remnants of a historical villa in the Algarve region of southern Portugal. Its vestiges lie in the vicinity of the resort and marina of Vilamoura, in the civil parish of Quarteira, municipality of Loule Mu ...

                                               

Roman Villa of Rabaçal

The Roman villa of Rabaçal in Rabaçal near Penela was located near the Roman road from Olisipo to Bracara Augusta in Portugal. The excavations begun in 1984 exposed the layout of a villa, the center of which is an octagonal peristyle around which ...

                                               

Roman Villa of Sendim

The Roman Villa of Sendim is located in Lugar do Agrelo, a village in Sendim, in the municipality of Felgueiras, in the district of Porto, Portugal. It was built in the fourth century, located on a platform overlooking a small valley, near the Vi ...

                                               

Roman villa of Vale do Mouro

The Roman villa of Vale do Mouro is a Roman settlement situated in the civil parish in the municipality of Meda, excavated since the early 21st century by archaeologists.

                                               

Roman villa of Vilares

The Roman ruins of Vilares is an archaeological excavation in the civil parish of Alcabideche, municipality of Cascais, discovered in the early part of the 21st century on a site designated for residential development. The site identified remnant ...

                                               

Villa of Torre de Palma

The Villa Lusitano-Romana de Torre de Palma, sometimes Villa Cardillio or Vila Cardilio is a Roman villa near Monforte in Portugal, which was in Roman times part of the province of Lusitania. It is considered one of the largest in the Iberian Pen ...

                                               

Roman bridges in Catalonia

                                               

Roman villa of Noheda

                                               

Ancient Roman buildings and structures in the province of Toledo

                                               

Roman villa of Camino de Albalate

Guardia Pons, M.: Los mosaicos de la Antiguedad Tardia en Hispania, PPU, Barcelona, 1992, pp. 376, 532-533. Garcia Miralles, M.: Historia de Calanda, Tipografia Artistica Puertes, Valencia, 1969, pp. 13-14. Paz Peralta, J. A.: Ceramica de mesa ro ...

                                               

Gemarrin Bridge

The Bridge of Gemarrin is a Roman bridge in the village of Jemarrin near the ancient city of Bosra in southern Syria. The bridge belonged to the Roman road to Soada Dionysias, crossing the Wadi Zeidi some kilometers north of Bostra. Today, the st ...

                                               

Kharaba Bridge

The Kharaba Bridge is a Roman bridge in the village of Kharaba in the fertile Hauran region of Syria, close to the city of Bosra. The bridge crosses the Wadi Zeidi, a tributary of the Yarmuk, 3.5 km northwest of Bosra. It has three semi-circular ...

                                               

Bridge at Nimreh

The Bridge at Nimreh is a Roman bridge in the vicinity of Shahba, Syria, dating to the 3rd or 4th century AD. Its transversal arch construction derives from old building traditions of the Hauran region and is arguably unique in Roman bridge building.

                                               

Nysa Bridge

The Nysa Bridge is a late imperial Roman bridge over the Cakircak stream in Nysa in the ancient region of Caria, modern-day Turkey. The 100 m long substructure was the second largest of its kind in antiquity, after the Pergamon Bridge.

                                               

Pergamon Bridge

The Pergamon Bridge is a Roman substruction bridge over the Selinus river in the ancient city of Pergamon, modern-day Turkey. The 196 m wide structure, the largest of its kind in antiquity, was designed during Hadrians reign in order to form a pa ...

                                               

Burials at the Basilica of San Domenico, Naples

                                               

Burials at Basilica of Santa Croce, Florence

                                               

Burials at the Basilica of San Isidoro

                                               

Burials at San Francesco (Bologna)

                                               

Burials at the Basilica of St. Sernin

                                               

Catholic Holy Cross Church, Munster

The Holy Cross Church is a Catholic church in Munster, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is often also referred to as Kreuzkirche.

                                               

Basilica churches by city

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