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1130s in architecture

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1130s in architecture


  • 1130
  • Construction of Abbaye aux Dames, Caen, Normandy, completed (begun in 1062).
  • Canterbury Cathedral, England, consecrated.
  • Rochester Cathedral, England, consecrated.
  • New west front of Église Notre-Dame la Grande, Poitiers, begun.
  • about 1130
  • Keep of Hedingham Castle, England, begun.
  • Urnes Stave Church built in Norway.
  • 1131 - Cathedral of Cefalù begun.
  • 1132
  • San Pietro in Ciel d'Oro, Pavia, consecrated.
  • San Giovanni degli Eremiti in Palermo, Norman Kingdom of Sicily built.
  • Fountains Abbey begun in England
  • 1133
  • Rebuilding of Clairvaux Abbey begun.
  • San Sisto, Pisa, Italy, consecrated.
  • 1135
  • Basilica di San Zeno in Verona, Italy, rebuilt to its current form.
  • Nave vault of Durham Cathedral, England, completed.
  • 1136
  • Glasgow Cathedral in Scotland consecrated.
  • Work begins on the narthex of the Basilique Saint-Denis in Saint-Denis, France.
  • Reconstruction of the Great Mosque of Tlemcen in Almoravid Algeria
  • 1138 - San Paolo a Ripa d'Arno in Pisa, Italy, rebuilt to its current form.
  • 1139
  • Verona Cathedral begun.
  • Fontenay Abbey begun.
  • about 1139 - Construction of Castle Rising in Norfolk, England, begins.
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