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St. Mark's Basilica in Venice, Italy "is the most famous of the city's churches and one of the best known examples of Byzantine architecture. It lies at the eastern end of the Piazza San Marco, adjacent and connected to the Doge's Palace. Originally it was the chapel of the Doge, and has only been the city's cathedral since 1807, when it became the seat of the Patriarch of Venice, archbishop of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Venice, formerly at San Pietro di Castello. For its opulent…

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Maria Vittoria Vallini
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Chiseled doric columns, ornate arches, vaulted ceilings, staircases, and tiny sculptures within a sculpture—all of this fits into miniature architectural spaces that resemble ancient and medieval ruins and sacred architecture carved into raw marble and stone. These historical sculptures are brought to life by an internationally acclaimed British sculptor, Matthew Simmonds (previously here on Bored Panda), who currently lives and works in Denmark.

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Angela Kirbi
The 5th-century basilica of Santa Sabina was built at the top of the Aventine Hill on the site of the Temple of Juno Regina and re-used many of its materials including these Roman columns hewn from Proconnesian marble. The spandrels of the closely-spaced arches have inlaid marble designs in green and purple, depicting chalices and patens to represent the Eucharist. Architecture Greek, Empire Architecture, Mountain Architecture, Greek Columns, The Eucharist, Greek Temple, Roman Columns, Marble Columns, Roman Architecture

The 5th-century basilica of Santa Sabina was built at the top of the Aventine Hill on the site of the Temple of Juno Regina and re-used many of its materials including these Roman columns hewn from Proconnesian marble. The spandrels of the closely-spaced arches have inlaid marble designs in green and purple, depicting chalices and patens to represent the Eucharist.

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Lydia Stewart
Frederik Vercruysse Captures The Unique Landscape At Marble Quarries | iGNANT.de Land Art, Tuscany, Art Photography, Minimalist Street Style, 인물 드로잉, Land Scape, Textures Patterns, Installation Art, Antonio Mora Artwork

Photographer Frederik Vercruysse created the series ‘Tempo Polveroso’ while participating an ‘artist in residency’ project in Villa Lena, Tuscany. Initially he planed to photograph a new series of still lifes during his stay though he soon felt compelled to capture his inspirational surroundings in images rather than remain within the four walls of his studio. […]

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