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1020s in architecture

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1020s in architecture


  • 1021 - Church of the Quedlinburg Abbey, Holy Roman Empire built (begun c. 997).
  • 1022 - Monastery of Sant Pere de Rodes, Catalonia consecrated.
  • About 1023
  • Romanesque church at Mont Saint-Michel off the Normandy coast founded.
  • Construction of Church of St Philibert, Tournus in Burgundy begun.
  • About 1025 - City of Gangaikonda Cholapuram founded as a capital of the Chola Empire.
  • 1026 – Pomposa Abbey near Ferrara, Italy completed (except the campanile finished in 1063).
  • 1029 - Construction of Sant Vicenç de Cardonia, Catalonia begun.
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