Cathedral to Gurk
the cathedral to Gurk is one between 1140 to 1200 in the high-Roman style built Pfeilerbasilika in Gurk in Kärnten, which is considered as one of the most important Roman buildings of churches in Europe. The long stretched Basilika has doppeltürmige west front, loft, one crypt and three Apsiden.
In the little cultivated middle Gurktal are the impressive to see 60 meters high double towers of the cathedral already from a distance.
sketch cathedral (above) and crypt (down right)
- Stary, Othmar, Kallen, Wim van of the: The chamfering cloth in the cathedral to Gurk; Pictures from the history of God with humans. Complaint ford university University of Carinthia, 1994 ISBN 3-85378-420-8