pre-Romanesque architecture

pre-Romanesque architecture

The several regional and transitional styles that evolved between the fall of the Roman Empire and the emergence of Romanesque architecture in the 11th century; among them the Lombard, Carolingian, and Ottonian architecture.
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The centre for traditional arts aSUV, Pro monumenta, and the Centre of Construction Heritage in Banska Stiavnica plan several workshops and courses focused on developing traditional crafts, Lukaova added.Other active Slovak players include ICOMOS Slovensko and The Association of Historical Cities and Villages of Slovakia, who will coordinate with the September Days of European Cultural Heritage, such as an international conference on pre-romanesque architecture.