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Santa Maria, Requena

Santa Maria is Gothic and Baroque-style, Roman Catholic church located in Requena, province of Valencia, Spain. The church was begun originally in Isabelline Gothic style in the late 15th century, but work continued until the 18th century. The ma ...

San Martino del Vescovo

San Martino del Vescovo, also known as the Oratorio dei Buonomini di San Martino, is a Roman Catholic parish church, located in the small piazza of the same name in Florence, Italy. The ancient church of San Martino del Vescovo Saint Martin of th ...

San Martino, Esanatoglia

A church at the site is documented since 1233, but it has undergone numerous reconstructions, including in 1311 and 1493. It was made a collegiate church by Cardinal Alessandro Farnese. The simple façade is made of brick and stucco and has a pain ...

Chiesa Matrice, Erice

The Chiesa Matrice is a church in Erice, Sicily, southern Italy. It dates back the beginning of the 14th century and is built in the shape of a Latin cross with two entrances. The church is enriched by numerous Baroque altars and paintings from t ...

Modigliana Cathedral

Modigliana Cathedral, otherwise the Church of Santo Stefano Papa, is a Roman Catholic cathedral and the principal church of Modigliana in Emilia-Romagna, Italy. It is dedicated to the sainted Pope Stephen I. An ancient church, it was made the sea ...

Oratorio dei Crociferi, Venice

The Oratorio dei Crociferi is a small Roman Catholic prayer hall found across from the church of the Gesuiti in the sestiere of Cannaregio Venice, Italy.

Oratorio di San Lorenzo allalpe Seccio

Oratory of Saint Lawrence allalpe Seccio (Italian: Oratorio di San Lorenzo allalpe Seccio is a Roman Catholic church in the village of Boccioleto, in the Province of Vercelli and the region of Piedmont, Italy. The oratory situated 1380 metres abo ...

Oratory of San Biagio, Roncoscaglia

The Oratory of San Biagio is Romanesque-style, Roman Catholic parish chapel or church located in the frazione of Roncoscaglia in the Apennine hills above the town of Sestola in the province of Modena, region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

Oratory of Santa Maria Annunciata, Brendola

The Oratory of Santa Maria Annunciata a Caasa Revese in Brendola, Province of Vicenza, is a free-standing, Renaissance style chapel. It was commissioned by the aristocratic Revese family with local properties. An inscription dates to 1466, but co ...

Ostuni Cathedral

Ostuni Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Ostuni, province of Brindisi, region of Apulia, Italy. The dedication is to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary. Formerly the episcopal seat of the Diocese of Ostuni, it has been since 1986 a co-cat ...

Otranto Cathedral

Otranto Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in the Italian city of Otranto, dedicated to the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary. It is the archiepiscopal seat of the Archdiocese of Otranto. The cathedral was consecrated in 1088. It is 54 metres ...

Perpignan Cathedral

Perpignan Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral, and a national monument of France, located in the town of Perpignan in Languedoc-Roussillon. It is dedicated to Saint John the Baptist. The cathedral was begun in 1324 by King Sancho of Majorca, ...

San Petronio, Castelbolognese

A church at the site is documented by 1396 as a church in the parish of Campiano, a neighborhood of Castelbolognese. The church occupied the site now represented by the third chapel, dedicated to St Catherine. This church was enlarged in 1428. Th ...

Pieve di Santo Stefano, Pesaro

The Pieve di Santo Stefano is a late-Gothic-style, Roman Catholic parish church located on via Pieve, 4 in the frazione of Candelara of Pesaro, region of Marche, Italy. A church at the site is documented since the year 1000, but the church is the ...

New Cathedral of Plasencia

New Cathedral of Plasencia or Catedral de Asuncion de Nuestra Señora is a Roman Catholic cathedral located in the town of Plasencia, Region of Extremadura, Spain. It is dedicated to the Virgin Mary.

San Andres, Alcala del Jucar

San Andres is a 15th-century, Roman Catholic parish church located in the town of Alcala del Jucar in the province of Albacete in the autonomous community of Castile-La Mancha, Spain. Construction of the church begun sometime in the 15th century, ...

San Bernardo della Compagnia

San Bernardo della Compagnia was a small church in Rome, next to Trajans Column, dedicated to Saint Bernard and the Virgin Mary. It was first built in 1418 by Francesco dei Foschi of a noble Roman family, that is to say of the Foschi of Berta, ne ...

San Giorgio alla Costa

The church of San Giorgio alla Costa, called in earlier times also dei Santi Giorgio e Massimiliano dello Spirito Santo is a small historical church in the Oltrarno district of the centre of Florence, situated on the steep slope of via Costa San ...

San Giovanni Battista, Roncoscaglia

San Giovanni Battista is former-Roman Catholic parish church located in the frazione of Roncoscaglia in the Apennine hills above the town of Sestola in the province of Modena, region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

San Girolamo, Spello

The church and adjacent Franciscan monastery were built in 1472-1482 under the patronage of Braccio II Baglioni, then lord of Spello. It remained under the Order of Friars Minor until suppression during the Napoleonic era. The monks returned in 1 ...

San Guglielmo, Chieri

Built in the 15th century, the church has since the 16th century been affiliated with the Confraternity of the Holy Spirit. The Baroque-style bell tower was designed by Giovanni Battista Feroggio. In the 18th-century, the interior was decorated w ...

San Pietro Martire, Vigevano

San Pietro Martire or St Peter Martyr is a Gothic architecture, Roman Catholic church, linked at one time to an adjacent Dominican convent in Vigevano, Province of Pavia, region of Lombardy, Italy. The church was initially constructed in 1363, an ...

San Pietro, Gattinara

San Pietro is a Roman Catholic parish church located on Corso Valsesia in the town of Gattinara, province of Vercelli, region of Piedmont, Italy. The church was built adjacent to a Canons Regular of the Lateran convent. Documents recall a rural p ...

San Rocco, Nepi

San Rocco is a Renaissance-style, Roman Catholic church located in Nepi, province of Viterbo, region of Lazio, Italy. The church was erected in 1467, after the bubonic plague epidemic afflicting the city, and the commune fulfilled a pledge to ere ...

San Sebastiano, Mondolfo

The church, built in a Greek cross layout, was built in 1479 as an ex voto by the community for the ebbing of the plague. During the 16th century, it was affiliated with the Franciscan order, until their expulsion during the Napoleonic occupation ...

SantAgata, Cremona

The Church of SantAgata is one of the oldest churches in the city of Cremona, Italy. It was originally attached to the Augustinian monastic order of Canons Regular of the Lateran. The abbot of the attached monastery was, like the bishop, mitred.

SantAntonio di Ranverso Abbey

The monastery also known as preceptory complex was founded in 1188 by Humbert III of Savoy, who give it to the Regular Canons of St. Anthony of Vienne, as a restoration point for pilgrims and a treatment center for people infected by ergot. With ...

Santa Maria Assunta, Arrone

The church has a sober 15th-century white marble facade. The interior, including the apse. The interior contains various frescoes, including the following works: Madonna del Rosario 1609 attributed to Giuseppe Bastiani Frescoes in the apse 1544 b ...

Santa Maria dei Domenicani, Soave

Santa Maria dei Domenicani is a small, 15th-century, Roman Catholic church, located inside the Scaliger walls near Piazza dell’Antenna in Soave, province of Verona, region of Veneto, Italy.

Santa Maria del Carmine, Milan

In 1268, the Carmelites obtained a site near the Castello Sforzesco where, starting from the 14th century, they built a convent with an annexed church. The latter was, however, destroyed in a fire in 1330. The rebuilt church fell into disuse befo ...

Santa Maria della Croce, Crema

The church was built in the Lombard Renaissance style about one and a half mile from city center, outside the medieval walls, on the road to Bergamo where a Marian apparition may have affected Caterina degli Uberti, a woman from Cremona. Legend h ...

Santa Maria della Misericordia, Falconara Marittima

Santa Maria della Misericordia is a former church located on Via Santa Maria near the cemetery of Castelferretti, in Falconara Marittima, province of Ancona, region of Marche, Italy. The present church building is now deconsecrated. Located atop ...

Santa Maria delle Grazie, Montefiascone

The Sanctuary of the Madonna delle Grazie is a Roman Catholic church in Montefiascone, province of Viterbo, Lazio, Italy. It is located near the Basilica church of San Flaviano.

Santi Vicenzo e Caterina de Ricci, Prato

The Minor Basilica of Santi Vicenzo e Caterina de Ricci is a Catholic church, built in the 16th to 18th centuries, and located in the town of Prato, in Tuscany, Italy. Adjacent to the church is a 16th-century monastery.

Santiago Apostol, Orihuela

Santiago Apostol is a 15th-century Roman Catholic church in the town of Orihuela in the Valencian Community, Spain. Construction of the church in Valencian Gothic style began in the 15th century. The façade was added in Renaissance style, and the ...

Santissimo Crocifisso, Barga

Construction of the church began in the 13th century, but continued for nearly 300 years. In 1470, the church was the refuge of Franciscans from San Bernardino di Nebbiana, which appeared to have been afflicted by the plague. The niches in the fa ...

Santo Domingo de Guzman, Terrinches

Santo Domingo de Guzman is a 15th-century, Roman Catholic parish church located in the town of Terrinches in the province of Ciudad Real in the autonomous community of Castile-La Mancha, Spain. The church was initiated during 1468 to 1493, and co ...

San Sebastiano Martire, Guardia Sanframondi

San Sebastiano Martire is a Roman Catholic church located in Rione Croce of the town of Guardia Sanframondi, province of Benevento, region of Campania, Italy.

San Sigismondo (Cremona)

The monastery was founded on 10 June 1463 to celebrate the union between the previously rival families of the Visconti and the Sforza, who had contended for the rule in the Duchy of Milan. An inscription near the high altar reads: "Here Francesco ...

St. Jamess Church, Kastelaz

St. Jamess Church is a church on the Kastelaz hill in Tramin an der WeinstraSe, South Tyrol, which is known foremost for its Romanesque frescos. The church is sometimes mistakenly called St. Jacobs. The confusion arises because German, like many ...

Santo Stefano, Belluno

The first church at the site was dedicated to Santa Maria della Gracie, but rededicated and built in 1486. The main altarpiece depicting a Baptism of Jesus is by followers of Titian. Along the nave are canvases by Cesare Vecellio depicting Abraha ...

Tempio Civico della Beata Vergine Incoronata

The Tempio Civico della Beata Vergine Incoronata is a church in Lodi, Lombardy, Italy. It is considered one of the masterworks of the Lombard Renaissance art. The church was designed in 1488 by Giovanni Battagio, continued by Gian Giacomo Dolcebu ...

San Tossano, Sefro

San Tossano is a Roman Catholic church located just outside the hamlet of Agolla in the town limits of Sefro, province of Macerata, region of Marche, Italy. Another church dedicated to this saint is located in Esanatoglia.

Santissima Trinità, Urgnano

Santissima Trinità is a small, Roman Catholic church located in the outskirts of the old town of Urgnano, province of Bergamo, region of Lombardy, Italy. The church was erected in the 15th century, and the belltower retains some of the medieval c ...

St James and St Pauls Church, Marton

The Church of St James and St Paul, south of the village of Marton, Cheshire, England, is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade I listed building. It is an active Anglican parish church in the diocese of Chester ...

All Saints Church, Siddington

All Saints Church is in the village of Siddington, Cheshire, England. The church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building. It is an active Anglican parish church in the diocese of Chester, th ...

St Peters Church, Swettenham

St Peters Church is in the village of Swettenham, Cheshire, England. The church is recorded in the National Heritage List for England as a designated Grade II* listed building. It is an active Anglican parish church in the diocese of Chester, the ...

Plan Voisin

Plan Voisin was a planned redevelopment of central Paris designed by French Swiss architect Le Corbusier in 1925 and sponsored by his friend, the avante garde aircraft and automobile builder Gabriel Voisin, whose cutting-edge design ethic Le Corb ...

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