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1090s in architecture

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1090s in architecture


  • About 1090
  • Abbey Church of Saint-Savin-sur-Gartempe completed (begun about 1040).
  • Construction of city Walls of Ávila in Spain begins.
  • About 1090–1094 – Minaret of Great Mosque of Aleppo in Syria built (destroyed 2013).
  • 1091
  • Cairo Fatimid city wall built (begun in 1087).
  • Ananda Temple built in Bagan, Pagan Kingdom capital.
  • 1093
  • Second of the Kharraqan towers mausoleums built in Qazvin, Seljukid Iran.
  • Durham Cathedral in the north of England founded.
  • Ely Cathedral in the east of England founded.
  • 1094
  • 40-foot-tall water-powered astronomical clocktower in Song dynasty's capital Bianjing designed by Su Song completed.
  • San Juan de la Peña Monastery consecrated.
  • About 1094 – Battle Abbey in the south of England consecrated.
  • 1095 – Sant'Abbondio, Como in Lombardy consecrated.
  • 1096
  • St. Sernin's Basilica, Toulouse consecrated.
  • Norwich Cathedral in the east of England begun.
  • 1097
  • Construction of the original stage of the Flower Pagoda in the Temple of the Six Banyan Trees in Guangzhou, Song dynasty.
  • Great Mosque of Algiers built in Almoravid Algeria.
  • 1099 – Modena Cathedral begun.
  • References

    1090s in architecture Wikipedia