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TRANSROMANICA represents the common Romanesque heritage of eight countries in Europe between the Baltic and the Mediterranean Sea.
Join us on a journey along the Romanesque routes!

 

 

Saxony-Anhalt | Tâmega and Sousa | Serbia

Santo Domingo de Silos | Paray-le-Monial | Vezzolano | Modena | Pavia | Friesach | Maria Wörth | Millstatt | Alba Iulia

 

 

 


Castle of Arnoia - Celorico de Basto


The oldest known documented reference regarding the Castle of Arnoia dates back to 1064, alluding to the Castellum Celorici et oppido ibi.

This Castle falls within the military architecture of the Romanesque period, featuring elements that contribute to its insertion into this style: the keep; the existence of a single door (the multiplication of openings made the Castle's defence more vulnerable), the underground cistern in the walled courtyard (with the aim of preserving rainwater in case of an eventual siege warfare) and, finally, the broad chemin de ronde, which defines a triangular plan.


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CANCELLED: “The Humanity of historical heritage – The (re)construction of a historical Identity in the Route of Romanesque”


Due to illness of the speaker, unfortunately the presentation had to be cancelled.
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The TRANSROMANICA Association cordially invites you with the friendly support of the European Romanesque Center to the lecture “The Humanity of historical heritage – The (re)construction of a historical Identity in the Route of Romanesque”.

Dr. Rosário C. Machado presents the results of her investigations for her Ph.D. thesis in Cultural Studies at the University of Minho (Portugal).

The lecture will be given in English language.
We are looking forward to your participation!


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