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Use "frescoes" in a sentence
"The over-whelming feeling I had when I saw the complex architecture and intricate frescoes from the 13th-century was that Mayan culture was equal to the Spanish and it is unfortunate that the Mayans did not have the ability to keep their culture alive."
"The Georgian church, with its primitive and austere frescoes, is a fighting peasants 'church whose aim is sheer survival."
"Even though they are often referred to as frescoes, the Peruzzi scenes were actually painted "a secco", or on dry plaster, unlike his famous frescos in the Bardi Chapel, which is also in Santa Croce, or his works in St Francis in Assisi."