Russo-Byzantine architecture

Russo-Byzantine architecture

(1000–1500)
The first phase of Russian architecture, derived from the Byzantine architecture of Greece; it consisted mainly of stone churches characterized by cruciform plans and multiple bulbous domes.

Russo-Byzantine architecture

The first phase of Russian architecture (11th to 16th century) derived from the Byzantine architecture of Greece; mainly stone churches characterized by cruciform plans and multiple bulbous domes.
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