Changes in Roman Style Architecture Throughout the Ages

Roman architecture was a staple seen in ages far beyond the fall of Rome, both directly, and in forms changed and altered by advancements in the years after the empire fell. Christian churches, due to the prevalence christianity throughout the medieval ages, are an astounding visual representation of this idea, truly showcasing the splendor and refinement of architectural practices. These churches are spread througout all of Europe, from Italy, to central France, to the coast of Spain, these places house beautiful examples of churches and cathedrals from the ages past Rome.

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Erik Dankert