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Use your notes to contrast churches built in the Romanesque style of architecture with churches built in the Gothic style.

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The churches built in the Romanesque style were with little decoration, dark because of the small windows, and the windows were cladding arches. Churches built in the Gothic style were very different from the Romanesque style. They were with a lot of decorations, especially painted glass in the windows with Christian motifs (stained glass). The rooms were bright because of the large windows, and the windows have the shape of a broken arch.

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