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WesternDrake 04-18-2006 05:31 AM

To pablominto: Romanic architecture
 
You're right on the Romanic architectural influence that helped build many buildings (not only churches) in early days in America. Altough by the XVI century Ghotic architects begun building new churches, in the Colonies (America and the Phillipines) the Romanic influence lasted more.

Santa Barbara is a nice example of Romanic architecture.

Thanks for your comments!


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