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Gothic cathedral (Clermont-Ferrand, 15th century)

Gothic cathedral (Clermont-Ferrand, 15th century)

The cathedral named after the Assumption of Mary into Heaven is one of the gems of French Gothic architecture.

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Abbey of Saint Gall (11th century)

The building complex was one of the most important Benedictine abbeys for centuries.

Arc de Triomphe (Paris, 1836)

The construction of the arch of triumph was completed only after Napoleon´s fall, in 1836.

Bells

The bell is a percussion instrument and an idiophone. Many types of bells exist.

Church of St John at Kaneo (Ohrid, 13th c.)

The Orthodox church, situated on a picturesque cliff, was named after John the Apostle

Clothing (Western Europe, 13th century)

Clothing reflects the lifestyle and culture of the region's inhabitants.

Clothing (Western Europe, 14th century)

Clothing reflects the lifestyle and culture of the region's inhabitants.

Clothing (Western Europe, 15th century)

Clothing reflects the lifestyle and culture of the region's inhabitants.

Dóm Square (Szeged, Hungary)

The Votive Church of Szeged, located on the Great Plains of Hungary, emerges from the buildings of the city's famous square, while the National Pantheon can...

Eiffel Tower (Paris, 1889)

The iron lattice tower, erected for the 1889 World Fair, became the symbol of the capital city of France.

Gutenberg's press (Mainz, 15th century)

Life magazine picked Gutenberg's invention of mechanical movable type printing as the most important event of the second millennium.

Hierarchy of the Medieval Christian church (11th century)

This animation shows the hierarchical structure of the Medieval Christian church.

Leonardo da Vinči darbnīca (Florence, 16. gadsimts)

Paviesojieties šī Renesanses laikmeta zinātnieka un mākslinieka darbnīcā Florencē un iepazīstiet viņa izcilākos izgudrojumus un mākslas darbus.

Louis XIV (the Sun King)

The French monarch got his epithet because of his opulent and extravagant lifestyle.

Medieval town in Central Europe

Narrow streets and colourful houses gave medieval towns a special atmosphere.

Panthéon (Paris, 18th century)

The most important Neoclassicist building in France, completed in 1791, became the final resting place of many of France´s greats.

Pauline monastery

The Pauline monastery was built for Hungarian hermit monks in 1225.

Romanesque style Benedictine church (Ják, Hungary)

A Romanesque style Benedictine church with a special gateway, built in the 13th century in Hungary.

Saint Alexander Nevsky Cathedral (Sofia, 20th century)

Built in Neo-Byzantine style, this Orthodox cathedral is one of the symbols of the Bulgarian capital city.

Viking stave church (Borgund, 13th century)

A wooden church built in the 12th–13th centuries, the best preserved of Norway´s stave churches.

Leaning Tower of Pisa (14th century)

The medieval bell tower of the Cathedral of Pisa is the most famous leaning tower of the world.

Early Christian Necropolis, Cella Septichora (Pécs, Hungary, 4th century)

The Early Christian Necropolis in Pécs, Hungary is an outstanding historical site.

Early Christian Necropolis, Cella trichora (Pécs, Hungary)

The Early Christian Necropolis in Pécs, Hungary is an outstanding historical site.

Jameh Mosque (Isfahan, 15th century)

Its architectural solutions and ornamentation rank this mosque among the masterpieces of Islamic art.

Sv. Sofijas baznīca (Stambula)

Bizantijas Impērijas laikā uzbūvētā “Svētās gudrības” baznīca bija viena no lielākajām reliģiskajām celtnēm līdz 1935. gadam, kad tā tika pārveidota par muzeju.

The chapel of Notre-Dame-du-Haut (1950, Ronchamp, France)

A pilgrimage chapel designed by the French architect Le Corbusier, one of the greatest architects of the 20th century.

World religions today

The geographical distribution of major (world) religions has been influenced by historical events.

Ziggurat (Ur, 3rd millennium BC)

Ziggurats were typical terraced step pyramids used as temples in ancient Mesopotamia.

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