If you are interested in the days of antiquity, you should start from the Roman amphitheatre in Pula, through Zadar and its forum - the largest excavated forum on the eastern shores of the Adriatic - and then to the magnificent palace of Emperor Diocletian in Split. Walk through time, from the pre-Romanesque Church of St. Domnius in Zadar dating from the 9th century, to the world of the http://www.culinary-croatia.com/cooking-classes.html
A - St Michaels Church Hildesheim.South side. 1001 - 1033
The The pre-Romanesque Byzantine St Donat's Church & the Campinale bell tower of the St Anastasia Cathedral. Zadar, Croatia Byzantine St Donat's Church & the Campinale bell tower of the St Anastasia Cathedral. Zadar, Croatia
Pre-Romanesque - The rider defeating the snake - Ende
Pre-Romanesque Originally the church was sited on the banks of the river Esla, but, when the Ricobayo dam was built, it was moved to avoid submersion in the higher waters of the Esla. ..1930-32, under the direction of the architect Alejandro Ferrant Vázquez. - The church's first design corresponded to a Greek cross in plan, although later two lateral naves were added, which gave it a hybrid shape between basilical and cruciform
Photo of Kolocep Island Churches / Pre-Romanesque Church in Kalamota, Kolocep #croatia #preromanesque
Normandy, France – Mont Saint-Michel, built before the year one thousand on a rock in a bay off the Atlantic ocean , a pre-Romanesque monastery - view of the city
Wooden portal on the Cathedral of Sv. Dujam in Split (Carved by) Andrija Buvina in c. 1214 Medieval Europe.
The Cistercian monastery of St. María de Armenteira is located on the western hillside of Monte Castrove, a spur that separates the valley of Salnés from the Ría de Pontevedra. Its origin goes back to the Early Middle Ages, probably the pre-Romanesque ...