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Santa Maria Assunta, Vasanello

Sited near the via Amerina, the church likely ministered to pilgrims on the road to and from Rome. The church was likely erected in the 11th century. Over the years, the walls and what is now the bell-tower became part of the defensive wall of th ...

                                               

Santa Maria del Regno

The church, together with the annexed castle of which ruins remain today, was built in the 11th century by Giorgia, daughter of the Giudice of Torres, as a Palace Chapel. The church is mentioned in the Libellus Judicum Turritanorum of the 13th ce ...

                                               

Santa Maria di Ciciliano, Montecastrilli

A church was present at the site by the 11th century and located within the castle of Cicigliano. It was once dependant to the Abbey of Farfa. It was transferred to an order of nuns in 1779.

                                               

Santa Maria in Ripalta, Pistoia

Santa Maria in Ripalta is a Renaissance-style, former church located in Via San Giuliano in Pistoia, region of Tuscany,Italy. The structure is under restoration.

                                               

Santa Maria Novella, Marti

Santa Maria Novella is a Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic parish church located on Via Pisani #45 in the village of Marti, in the town limits of Montopoli in Val dArno, in the province of Pisa, region of Tuscany, Italy.

                                               

Santa Maria Nuova, Viterbo

A church at the site existed prior to 1080 when documents note that the church, along with its adjacent hospital/hostel for pilgrims, was donated to the city of Viterbo. The church, until 1574, was once the archive, bank, and assembly hall for th ...

                                               

San Martino, Tarquinia

San Martino is a Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic church located on Via San Martino #48 in Tarquinia, province of Viterbo, region of Lazio, Italy. A church of this name is documented in the town since 1051, but more information does not arise unt ...

                                               

San Michele Arcangelo, Sermoneta

The stone church was putatively built in the 11th century atop the ruins of an ancient pagan temple. The facade is made of non-hewn, irregular stones and sports awkward elements such as a portico entering from the alley at a right angle. The nave ...

                                               

San Nicolo, Montecastrilli

A church was present at the site since the 10th or 11th century. The present church with a Latin cross layout houses a Last Supper 1602 by Archita Ricci da Urbino. Thirteen panels in the chapel of the Holiest Rosary are attributed to Andrea Polin ...

                                               

San Paragorio

San Paragorio is a church located outside the Medieval walls of the town of Noli, province of Savona. It is an important monument of Romanesque architecture and it is ranked among the most beautiful buildings of this style to be seen in Liguria. ...

                                               

Pieve di SantAndrea (Cercina)

For the church in Pistoia, see pieve di SantAndrea, Pistoia The Pieve di SantAndrea is an 11th-century pieve or rural church in Cercina, Tuscany, central Italy. Initiated in Romanesque style, it was later remade. It has a sturdy bell tower with s ...

                                               

San Remigio, Florence

San Remigio di Firenze is a church in Florence, Italy. The church was founded around the year 1000. It is dedicated to Saint Remigius. In the 13th century, the church was reconstructed to feature a triangle-shaped facade with hanging arches along ...

                                               

San Martin de Tours de Fromista

The church of San Martin de Tours de Fromista in Fromista, province of Palencia, Spain, was built in the 11th century in Romanesque style. It is located on the Way of St. James to Santiago de Compostella.

                                               

San Salvi

San Salvi, also known as San Michele a San Salvi, is a church in Florence, Italy. The church was built in the 11th century by the Vallombrosans as part of an abbey complex. During the 1529 Siege of Florence, the church was partially destroyed. It ...

                                               

Sanctuary of Santa Maria infra Saxa, Genga

The Sanctuary of Santa Maria infra Saxa and the Tempietto Valadier are two sanctuaries and chapel located at the entrance of the Frasassi Caves, a remarkable karst cave system in the municipality of Genga, in the province of Ancona, Marche, Italy ...

                                               

Sansepolcro Cathedral

According to tradition, the foundations of the cathedral dates to the 9th century, when two natives of the region who had been pilgrims in the Holy Land, Arcanus and Giles or Egidio and Arcano, returned and settled on the site. There they built a ...

                                               

Collegiate Church of Santa Maria della Scala, Chieri

The Collegiate Church of Santa Maria della Scala in Chieri is a late-Gothic Roman Catholic collegiate church, and the principal church or duomo, in the town of Chieri, Province of Turin, region of Piedmont, Italy.

                                               

Pieve of Saint Syrus (Cemmo)

The Pieve of Saint Syrus is a church in the village of Cemmo, a frazione of Capo di Ponte, at 410 meters above sea level. It was one of the pievi, or isolated churches with baptistries, among which the territory of Val Camonica was divided. The c ...

                                               

Tempietto di San Fedelino sul Lago Mezzola

The Tempietto di San Fedelino, also known as the Oratorio di San Fedele, is a 10th to 11th-century small, Roman Catholic sanctuary or church, located in a remote rural site Via San Fedelino near Novate Mezzola, at the south shore of the River Mer ...

                                               

Trieste Cathedral

Trieste Cathedral, dedicated to Saint Justus, is a Roman Catholic cathedral and the main church of Trieste, in northern Italy. It is the seat of the Bishop of Trieste. In 1899, Pope Leo XIII granted it the status of a basilica minor.

                                               

Vieste Co-cathedral

Vieste Cathedral is a Roman Catholic co-cathedral in Vieste, a former bishopric in Apulia, southern Italy.

                                               

Santa Vittoria, Monteleone Sabino

Santa Vittoria is a Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic church located outside of the town of Monteleone Sabino, on the road to Rocca Sinibalda, in the province of Rieti, region of Lazio, Italy.

                                               

Kurmukhi Church

The Kurmukhi Church of St. George is a Georgian Orthodox Church located in Qakh District, northwestern Azerbaijan, on the border with Georgia. The church was probably constructed in 12th century, when Georgia experienced a political, economical a ...

                                               

SantAmbrogio a Bazzano

Pieve di Sant’Ambrogio is a Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic parish church or pieve located in the neighborhood of Bazzano in Neviano degli Arduini in the region of Emilia Romagna, Italy.

                                               

SantAndrea, Gallicano

The church was initially built outside the city walls, on a road towards the valley. Subsequent reconstructions have altered the medieval structure, but not the layout.

                                               

Santa Lucia, Gallicano

Santa Lucia is a Roman Catholic church in the town of Gallicano, region of Tuscany, Italy. The church is documented in the 12th century as being under the control of the Abbey of Frassinoro. It was located near the castle and close to the ancient ...

                                               

SantAndrea, Spello

A church at this site is documented since 1025, as belonging to Camaldolese monks from the monastery of San Silvestro on Monte Subasio. In the 13th century, the church came under the rule of the bishop of Spoleto, who then granted it, and surroun ...

                                               

SantAntonio Abate, Fidenza

SantAntonio Abate is a Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic church in Fidenza, province of Parma, region of Emilia-Romagna, northern Italy. The church was built in the 12th century as part of a hospice and monastery on the pilgrimage route of Via Emi ...

                                               

Assisi Cathedral

Assisi Cathedral, dedicated to San Rufino is a major church in Assisi, Italy. This stately church in Umbrian Romanesque style was the third church built on the same site to contain the remains of bishop Rufinus of Assisi, martyred in the 3rd cent ...

                                               

Bari Cathedral

Bari Cathedral is the cathedral of Bari, in Apulia, southern Italy, senior to, though less famous than, the Basilica of St Nicholas in the same city. The cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of Bari-Bitonto, as it was previously of the archbis ...

                                               

San Carlo, Todi

San Carlo, formerly SantIlario is a small Romanesque and Gothic-style, Roman Catholic church on Viale San Carlo and intersection with Via Cesia O della Piana, below the Piazza del Mercato Vecchio, in the center of Todi, province of Perugia, regio ...

                                               

Abbey of Casanova, Carmagnola

The Abbey of Casanova is a former Cistercian monastery located in Carmagnola, in the region of the Piedmont, Italy. The Roman Catholic church building functions in 2019 as a parish temple.

                                               

Santa Cecilia, Acquasparta

Santa Cecilia is a Romanesque and Renaissance-style church and bell-tower located in Acquasparta, Province of Terni, region of Umbria, Italy. The church was originally built in the 12th century, to honor Santa Cecilia, patron of the town. In 1581 ...

                                               

Church of Saints Nazarius and Celsus

The Church of Saints Nazarius and Celsus is a Catholic church near Montechiaro dAsti, Italy. It is located on the side of a hill called Bric San Nazario and is easily visible in the countryside thanks to its tall bell tower and the chromatic effe ...

                                               

Church of San Lorenzo de Vallejo de Mena, Burgos

The Church of San Lorenzo is located in Vallejo de Mena, a village in the Valley of Mena, part of the region of Las Merindades in the Province of Burgos, Spain. The sources that support the dating of the church are limited. An inscription in the ...

                                               

Church of San Pedro de Tejada, Burgos

The Church of San Pedro de Tejada is located in the Valley of Valdivieso, part of the region of Las Merindades in the Province of Burgos, Spain. The monastery may have already existed at the beginning of the 9th century. The present church was bu ...

                                               

Church of Santiago (Carrion de los Condes)

The Church of Santiago is located on the north-eastern corner of the main square of the town of Carrion de los Condes, Spain. The church stands on the main street that crosses the city following the Camino de Santiago and was built in the middle ...

                                               

Church of Santo Domingo, Soria

It was built in the late 12th century above a pre-existing church dedicated to San Tome, although it was partially renovated in the following centuries, including the century transept and choir area, added in the 16th century when a Dominican con ...

                                               

Collegiate church of San Martin de Elines, Cantabria

The church of San Martin de Elines is located in the valley of Valderrible, in the Province of Cantabria, Spain. Initially part of a monastery, St Martins later became a collegiate church under the jurisdiction of the diocese of Burgos. The exist ...

                                               

Collegiate Church of San Pedro de Cervatos

The Collegiate church of San Pedro de Cervatos is a collegiate church located in Campoo de Enmedio, Spain. The church was built around 1129. It has been protected by a heritage listing since 1895.

                                               

Church of the Commenda, Faenza

The Church of the Commenda is a Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic temple located on Corso Europa in the Piazza Fra Sabba da Castiglione of Faenza, region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

                                               

Santi Cosmo e Damiano, Isernia

                                               

San Cristoforo, Cortona

San Cristoforo is a small, Roman Catholic church located at the intersection of Via San Niccolo and Via dell’Orto della Cera, in central Cortona, Province of Arezzo, region of Tuscany in Italy.

                                               

Dolianova Cathedral

Dolianova Cathedral, dedicated to Saint Pantaleon, is a Roman Catholic cathedral church in the historical center of Dolianova, Sardinia, Italy. It is one of the main Romanesque buildings in the island. Formerly the episcopal seat of the diocese o ...

                                               

San Domenico, Narni

San Domenico is a Romanesque style church located on via Mazzini in the center of the town of Narni in the province of Terni, region of Umbria, Italy.

                                               

Eglise Notre-Dame de Calais

Eglise Notre-Dame is a Roman Catholic parish church located on Rue de la Paix, in Calais, department of Pas-de-Calais, in northern France. It dates from the 12th century, and chiefly from the 14th century.

                                               

San Fabiano, Prato

San Fabiano is a Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic church and abbey located at Via di Gherardo and Via del Seminario street in Prato, region of Tuscany, Italy. The early medieval structure is one of Pratos oldest churches.

                                               

Ferentino Cathedral

Ferentino Cathedral is a Romanesque Roman Catholic cathedral in the town of Ferentino, Lazio, Italy, dedicated to Saints John and Paul, 2nd-century martyrs from Rome. Formerly the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Ferentino, it has been since 1986 ...

                                               

San Lorenzo, Contigliano

San Lorenzo in Quintiliano is a small Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic church, located on a hilltop just outside the town of Contigliano, in the province of Rieti, region of Lazio, Italy. The church has no roof, and remains a deconsecrated ruin.

                                               

San Gennaro, Capannori

San Gennaro is 12th-century, Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic church in the neighborhood of San Gennaro in the town limits of Capannori, province of Lucca, region of Tuscany, Italy.

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