This monument, a perfect Romanic Pisan Style Church, is located in Sardinia, one of the two main Italian islands.
Dimensions are not exact but have been taken by some published sketch and through carefull observation of pictures.
Saint Mary of the Reign is the main Church of Ardara, now a small village, but long time ago seat of the local Bishop. The church was built within XII and XIII century by a team of craftsmen coming from Pisa, such artists traveled Tuscany, Corse and Sardinia, building many churches in romanic style: structures were generally built with local stones, often with alternance of clear and dark rokcs. The bell tower, originally conceived higher, was never completed.
This drawing represents the exterior part only of the building and can be considered as a Low Poly version. A second version including interior walls, arches and some paintings, is published in this same Site; there is no difference in the exterior details of both representations.
The mesh file of this version is only 2.15mb large, while the remaining is for texture images.