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1140s in architecture

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1140s in architecture


  • About 1140
  • Church of Santa Maria e San Donato in Murano, Republic of Venice completed.
  • Church of St Mary and St David, Kilpeck, and first stone Church of St John the Evangelist, Shobdon, both by members of the Herefordshire School in England, built.
  • Great church of Cîteaux Abbey begun.
  • 1143 – In the Kingdom of Sicily
  • Trani Cathedral completed (except the campanile).
  • Mosaic decoration of Cappella Palatina in Palazzo dei Normanni, Palermo, partly completed.
  • 1144: June 11 – Basilica of St Denis near Paris in the Kingdom of France consecrated, the first Gothic church.
  • 1145 – Basilica of Sainte-Trinité, Cherbourg, Normandy, consecrated.
  • 1147
  • Basilica of San Frediano in Lucca completed.
  • Saint-Pierre de Montmartre in Paris consecrated.
  • 1149 – Akebäck Church on Gotland is inaugurated.
  • 1149: July 15 – Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem consecrated after reconstruction.
  • References

    1140s in architecture Wikipedia

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