Below is an illustrated index of the 4 Transitional sites profiled on Sacred Destinations so far. For photo credits, please see corresponding articles.
Notre Dame de la ChapelleBrussels, BelgiumConstructed throughout most of the 13th century, this attractive church represents the period of transition between the Romanesque and Gothic styles. It contains the tombs of several Belgium notables.
Münster CathedralMunster, GermanyMünster's attractive cathedral was built in the Transitional style of the early 13th century. It boasts a porch filled with medieval sculptures, a nave with only two bays, and a magnificent astronomical clock from 1540.
Noyon CathedralNoyon, FranceNoyon has long been a religious center - the present cathedral is the fifth on this site. Charlemagne and Hugh Capet were crowned here. Built in 1150-1290, the current edifice is in the Transitional style.
Ruvo di Puglia CathedralRuvo di Puglia, ItalyThis is a small but elegant Romanesque cathedral in Puglia, southern Italy. Its facade features many interesting sculptures and a lovely rose window.