25 unique buildings of Gothic architecture
Gothic architecture is striking in its splendor. This construction style was popular in the late middle ages. This style was characterized by elements of Islamic influence. Numerous buildings, built in Gothic style is the Church, temples and universities.
25. Heiligenkreuz Abbey – a monastery that was built in the tradition of European monasticism.
24. Maria Am Gestade -the Church building, which was built by boatmen, then, in 1394, was renovated according to the Gothic features.
23. St. Stephen’s Cathedral, in which stands out the presence of Gothic style, the pulpit and red marble tomb and the altar.
22. The Church Of St. Michael, built in the 16th century.
21. Belfry of Ghent – the highest in the world, developed the main Mason Jan van Halston.
20. Church of our lady Bruges with 122-meter brick steeple.
19. Town hall of Leuven is known for the harmonious dimensions and rich decoration of its walls.
18. Church. St. Nicolas – the most beautiful place in Gent.
17. Zagreb Cathedral is the ritual building in the South-East Alps.
16. St. Sofia, known as the Mosque of Selimiye. Sofia soboba is considered one of the best examples of Gothic art in Cyprus. The oldest mosque in the country Gothic, it was built by French masons who accompanied the Crusades. The most remarkable feature is the monumental main door and the carved stone window above them.
15. Lala Mustafa Pasha – the Cathedral (mosque), which is an example of French Gothic. Its Gothic architecture resembles the Cathedral of Reims in Paris, France.
14. The St. Vitus Cathedral is the largest and most important Cathedral in Prague.
13. Lincoln Cathedral is the Mother parish Church of the diocese.
12. The Karja Church, built in the late 13th century was the only one in which there is no belfry.
11. Wells Cathedral was the largest Cathedral in England.
10. Cathedral Magnus Cathedral, a striking feature are the massive pillars .
9. The Frankfurt Cathedral, built between the 14th and 15th centuries, which is a Roman Catholic Gothic Church.
8. Novella the Basilica of Santa Maria is one of the most important Gothic churches in Tuscany
7. Orvieto Cathedral is one of the most famous cathedrals in Italy.
6. Kaunas Castle a brick castle, which was built at the confluence of the Neris and the Nemunas Rivers.
5. Church of our lady of Breda, which has a 97-meter tower.
4. The Cathedral of Stavanger was built in the 11th century.
3. The Cathedral of évora is known for its many unique architectural elements and a wealth of valuable treasures.
2. Black Church. Transylvania, Romania. 14th century – the largest spiritual Gothic building between Vienna and Istanbul.
1. Monastery of Santa Maria de Vallbona is one of the most significant monasteries in Catalonia, Spain. This Cistercian Abbey, which was founded in the early 12th century, is a classic example of transition between Romanesque and Gothic architectural styles.