A journey along the Romanesque Routes of European Heritage means travelling back into medieval times.Transromanica guides you to castles, cathedrals and monasteries built between the 10th and 12th centuries. Main characteristics of the Romanesque architecture are the use of round arches, thick walls and symmetrical plans, all together giving a harmonious appearance of simplicity. TRANSROMANIcA is a European cultural network connecting the common architectural Romanesque heritage of eight countries between the Baltic Sea and the Mediterranean. The overall harmony is enriched by regional artistic and architectural features.