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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She was in the School of Life at the three-hectare campus with ancient trees and buildings done in neo-Romanesque and Art Deco style.
Don Brick inside the Neo-Romanesque style church completed in 1931, I kept on talking to HIM, asking why HE let me reached this age when I only asked of him just for only a few more years after 60?
It is home to the Eritrean National Museum and is known for its early 20th-century buildings including the Art Deco Cinema Impero, one of the world's finest examples of Art Deco style building, Cubist Africa Pension, eclectic Orthodox Cathedral and former Opera House, the futurist Fiat Tagliero Building, the neo-Romanesque Church of Our Lady of the Rosary, neoclassical Governor's Palace and much more.'
Must-sees include Notre Dame Cathedral, an impressive neo-Romanesque 1883 building with twin iron-tipped towers.
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.
The Neo-Romanesque, liberal Fasanenstrasse Synagogue was erected just off the Kurfurstendamm beginning in 1910.
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.
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.