Avila Cathedral Avila, Spain
Ávila's fortress-like cathedral was begun in the Romanesque style in the 12th century and later continued in the Gothic style, resulting in intriguing combination of styles and materials.
Basilica de San Vicente Avila, Spain
This splendid Romanesque basilica outside the walls of Ávila marks the site of the martyrdom of St. Vincent by the Romans.
Eunate Chapel Navarre, Spain
This intriguing Romanesque church along the Camino de Santiago has an octagonal plan, Moorish-style vaults, and unusual encircling arcade.
Lleida Cathedral (La Seu Vella) Lleida, Spain
A grand medieval cathedral in Catalonia, standing atop a citadel once occupied by a Moorish castle
Ripoll Church Ripoll, Spain
12th C, 19th C
Once part of an important abbey, this Romanesque church in Catalonia has a magnificently carved west porch.
San Clemente Church Segovia, Spain
San Clemente is an attractive 13th-century Romanesque church outside the old walls of Segovia.
San Martin Church Segovia, Spain
A large Romanesque church in the old city, San Martin has Segovia's typical porches, arched tower, and Romanesque carvings.
San Millán Church Segovia, Spain
Built between 1111 and 1124, San Millán is one of the oldest churches in Segovia. It has an ancient tower, open porticoes, figurative carvings and frescoes.
San Pedro Avila, Spain
An attractive Romanesque church made of local sandstone on the Plaza de Santa Teresa, Ávila.
Santa Maria del Sar Santiago de Compostela, Spain
This Romanesque collegiate church outside the walls of Santiago has lovely cloisters and a church with an intriguing slant to its columns.
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