The crossing highlighted on a typical cathedral plan

The crossing is, in Romanesque and Gothic church architecture, the area where the transept crosses the main axis of the church. The are belongs to both the transept and the nave equally.

In a domed church, the crossing normally have large columns in the corners to support the dome.

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