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Round Romanesque church, Geoagiu, Hunedoara, RO 3D Model
The round Romanic style church from Geoagiu (Hunedoara county, Transylvania, Romania) was built around the 11 to 12th Century, most likely during the reign of Ladislaus of Hungary (1077 - 1095) and it is considered by some to be one of the oldest Medieval churches in the country. The small church was built out of old Roman bricks and riverbed stones at the edge of the old Roman road that passed through here. Later it was transformed into a chapel, when another church was erected nearby. Archaeological excavations in the courtyard revealed so far172 graves, the earliest dated in the 11th Century. Restoration works are planned for the following period.
The model is a downsized (decimated) version, reduced to just fewer than 1000k faces and it is based on 190 high-res images, taken from ground level.
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