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Termele Romane street (Roman thermae street)

Strada Termele Romane, Constanța by Bogdy89, on Flickr

A very nice building. I love this building. It has Moorish architectural elements. Generally, harbour cities were influenced by the same architectural elements, especially by Italian cities, for instance Venice which was also influenced by Byzantine world. Venice influenced the whole eastern Mediterranean Basin

Strada Termele Romane, Constanța by Bogdy89, on Flickr

The photos have to types of resolutions because they were done with two different cameras

Strada Treptele Romane, Constanța by Bogdy89, on Flickr

Strada Treptele Romane, Constanța by Bogdy89, on Flickr

Strada Treptele Romane, Constanța by Bogdy89, on Flickr

Strada Termele Romane
Strada Treptele Romane, Constanța by Bogdy89, on Flickr
 

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Constanța seen from the minaret of Carol mosque
Constanța seen from the minaret of Carol mosque by Bogdy89, on Flickr

Constanța seen from the minaret of Carol mosque by Bogdy89, on Flickr

The house with lions, on the left side
Constanța seen from the minaret of Carol mosque by Bogdy89, on Flickr

Constanța seen from the minaret of Carol mosque by Bogdy89, on Flickr

Catholic (right side) and Orthodox Church (left side)
Constanța seen from the minaret of Carol mosque by Bogdy89, on Flickr

Constanța by Bogdy89, on Flickr

Constanța by Bogdy89, on Flickr

Constanța by Bogdy89, on Flickr

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St. Anthony Roman-Catholic Church

A type of the Catholic Church less-spread in Romania. It was built between 1935-1937 but it had byzantine elements. It looks somehow as San Vitale from Ravenna, Italy built in that period when byzantines had influence in Italy. It's interesting how catholic elements mingled with byzantine elements (the lateral columns).













 
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