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Cross of the Knights Templar

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With their military mission and extensive financial resources, the Knights Templar funded a large number of building projects around Europe and the Holy Land, many of which structures remain standing today.

Middle East

Forteresses templières

Templar fortresses in the Outremer

In 1867, a team from the Royal Engineers, led by Lieutenant Charles Warren (later the London police commissioner of Jack the Ripper fame) and financed by the Palestine Exploration Fund (P.E.F.), discovered a series of tunnels beneath Jerusalem and the Temple Mount, some of which were directly underneath the Templar headquarters. Various small artifacts were found which indicated that Templars had used some of the tunnels, though it is unclear who exactly first dug them. Some of the ruins which Warren discovered came from centuries earlier, and other tunnels which his team discovered had evidently been used for a water system, as they led to a series of cisterns.[1][2] [3][4]

France

Italy

Poland

Lithuania

Portugal

Spain

United Kingdom

England

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Temple Farm, Rockley, Wiltshire

Scotland

Other Countries

Ireland

Ukraine

Europe

Chapel in Rurka 1

Chapel in the Polish town of Rurka, a former chapter headquarters of local Knights Templar

  • The Križanke Monastery Church (Križevniška cerkev) in Ljubljana, Slovenia, located next to the Križanke Summer Theatre , which has also been referred to as the Monastery Church of Our Lady of Mercy, which was build as a part of the Teutonic Knights' building ( a monastery with a church and school) build between the years 1265 and 1270 and was walled in before 1307, replaced the older Knights Templar post (1167- 1200), which was handed over in 1228, to the Teutonic Knights'.

References

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Croatia

Templar Church of St Martin, Nasice in Slavonia Croatia

Templar Church in Orahovica Slavonia Croatia

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