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Images Horvat/Turkalj RIHA Journal 0076

Fig. 1

Valpovo, parish church of the Immaculate Conception of the Virgin Mary (1733–36), ground plan and the longitudinal cross-section with a reconstruction of the sloping roof next to the belfry (architectural drawing: I. Haničar Buljan, M. Vojtić)

Fig. 10

Wiener Neustadt, former Jesuit church of St. Leopold (1737–43), main facade with an incorporated belfry (photo: P. Mofardin)

Fig. 11

St. Pölten, former Carmelite church of St. Trinity (1757–68), view of the two-bay nave (photo: P. Mofardin)

Fig. 12

Tata, parish church (1751), two-bay nave (photo: P. Mofardin)

Fig. 13

Typical examples of churches with two-bay naves in Austria; ground floor plans of the churches in Aspersdorf, Stranzendorf, Wiener Neustadt and Münchendorf (architectural drawing: M. Vojtić)

Fig. 14

Zagreb, church of St. Francis Xavier (1748–52), view of the two-bay nave and the sanctuary (photo: P. Mofardin)

Fig. 15

Typical examples of churches with two-bay naves in Croatia, ground floor plans of the churches in Zagreb (Ksaver), Nova Gradiška, Vinkovci (architectural drawing: M. Vojtić)

Fig. 2

Valpovo, parish church, view of the sanctuary (photo: M. Drmić)

Fig. 3

Valpovo, parish church, view of the two-bay nave and the choir loft (photo: M. Drmić)

Fig. 4

Valpovo, parish church, facade belfry (photo: M. Drmić)

Fig. 5

Valpovo, parish church, view of the sanctuary and the side facade (photo: M. Drmić)

Fig. 6

Stranzendorf, parish church of SS Peter and Paul (1733), main facade with an incorporated belfry (photo: P. Mofardin)

Fig. 7

Stranzendorf, parish church, view of the sanctuary and the side facade (photo: P. Mofardin)

Fig. 8

Stranzendorf, parish church, view of the two-bay nave (photo: P. Mofardin)

Fig. 9

Großstelzendorf, parish church of St. Andrew (1735–37), view to the two-bay nave and the sanctuary (photo: P. Mofardin)