Neo-Romanesque

Neo-Romanesque

A term sometimes used as a synonym for Richardsonian Romanesque style, particularly in its early phases, or for Romanesque Revival. Also see Rundbogenstil.
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A new monument has been constructed next to the existing national necropolis of Notre-Dame-de-Lorette, where a neo-Romanesque basilica and a tall tower designed by Louis-Marie & Jacques Cordonnier, are surrounded by the graves of some 40,000 French soldiers.
Built in 1937, the neo-Romanesque church is a landmark in the area.
The centerpiece of a $270 million expansion project, Libeskind's five interlocking crystalline glass and aluminum icebergs form an edgy, jagged contrast to the original ornate neo-Romanesque museum building and its subsequent sober additions.
He was also providing advice and assisted as expert associate and consultant to Fra Didak Buntic in construction of the Neo-Romanesque church in Siroki Brijeg.
Admire the majestic Maritime Alps, spectacular aerial views of the Rock of Monaco, and the Neo-Romanesque cathedral where Prince Rainier III married film star Grace Kelly.
The house was built in the form of a neo-romanesque tower, later additions added to match the picturesque architecture of the castle.
Breaking with the ornamentation of the previous building, the new Sixty-fifth Street sanctuary called for a rationalized, neo-Romanesque style.
The Neo-Romanesque style Cathedral was built between 1873-1884, by the well-known Austrian Architect Friedrich Schmidth.
A neo-Romanesque vaulted arcade runs the entire length of the building's Vesey Street side.
Guide books tell us the church is the world's finest example of neo-Romanesque Byzantine architecture.
These alterations were made in a Neo-Romanesque manner, supposedly in sympathy with the original construction.
But what is evident above all, particularly with the giant entrance arch resting on pairs of small squat columns, is Townsend's deep interest in romanesque art--an interest which may have been encouraged by his evident admiration for the neo-romanesque work of the great American architect H.