The types of longitudinal churches in the early modern period are usually distinguished from one another on the basis of their spatial composition and the method used for lighting the main area. The article proposes adding to these criteria the factor of how the longitudinal church is constructed. After the Council of Trent, the protagonists of the Catholic renewal preferred to have this main area...
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