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1060s in architecture

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1060s in architecture


  • 1060 – Nave of new Mont Saint Michel Abbey in Normandy begun.
  • c.1060
  • Construction of the Baphuon in Yasodharapura, Khmer Empire.
  • Lawkananda Pagoda built in Bagan, Pagan Kingdom.
  • Shwezigon Pagoda in Nyaung-U, Pagan Kingdom, begun.
  • Church of St Philibert, Tournus in Burgundy completed.
  • St Gregory's Minster, Kirkdale in England built.
  • 1061 – Speyer Cathedral, Germany, consecrated.
  • 1062 – Construction of Abbey of Sainte-Trinité, Caen, Normandy begun.
  • 1063
  • Duomo of Pisa, Italy begun.
  • Rebuilding of Doge's Palace, Venice begun.
  • Basilica of San Isidoro, León, Spain consecrated.
  • c.1063
  • Abbey of Saint-Étienne, Caen, Normandy founded.
  • Greensted Church, Essex, England, built.
  • 1064 – Abbey of Lessay, Normandy begun.
  • 1065 – St. Maria im Kapitol, Cologne consecrated.
  • 1066 – Church of San Martín de Tours de Frómista, Spain known.
  • 1067
  • Jumièges Abbey church in Normandy consecrated in the presence of William the Conqueror.
  • First of the Kharraqan towers built in Qazvin, Seljukid Iran.
  • St. Gereon's church, Cologne begun.
  • 1068 – William the Conqueror orders the construction of new motte-and-bailey castles in England at Warwick, Nottingham, Lincoln, Huntingdon, Cambridge and York.
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