Charlemagne was crowned by the Pope in old St. Peter’s Basilica on Christmas day in the year 800 as we will see from Prague Tourism. the aim was to re-establish the old Romanesque Empire. From Prague Tourism we are also informed that his successors continued to rule much of Europe. The gradual emergence of separate political entities eventually became states and nations. This was achieved either by allegiance or defeat as we will notice from Prague Tourism. In 1066 the Duke of Normandy saw the building saw to the building of both castles and churches that reinforced Norman presence.
Several significant churches that were built at this time as we see from Prague Tourism were founded by the rulers as seats of political and religious power, Some of these as we will notice from Prague Tourism were places of coronation and burials.
As we progress in Prague Tourism we will notice that at a particular point in time the architectural structures of the Roman Empire were falling apart.Some of its learning and technology were lost. The building of solid stone domes and carving of decorative architectural details however continued. Much of Europe was feudalist in which peasants held tenure from the local rulers over the land they farmed. this was in exchange for military service.From PragueTourism we will observe that because of this they had to travel with the rulers on crusades. The continual movement of the various class of people was an important element in creating a uniformity of building methods and subsequently the recognisable Romanesque style as is evident from Prague Tourism.
Across Europe, the latter part of the 11th and 12th centuries saw an increase in the growth of churches. A great number of churches both large and small were built.
From Prague Tourism we will observe that some of them are still intact while others have totally fallen apart. As monasteries spread across Europe, so did Romanesque churches up to Tunisia in North Africa.