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Neoromance - the direction of modern in architecture, which combines elements of romanticism, gothic and renaissance. Neoromance is most clearly manifested in the architecture of the late XIX - early XX centuries in Spain, Germany, France and the Russian Empire.

As one of the main tendencies of  modern Neoromance is  typical for public buildings and places of worship. In Belarus Neoromance  represented by the catholic churches, for example, the church of St. Barbara in Vitebsk, Trinity church in Kossovo and Plissa, church of the Virgin Mary at the Albertin.