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1180s in architecture


  • about 1180
  • Reconstruction of the nave and transept of St. Sernin's Basilica, Toulouse, France completed.
  • Reconstruction of St. Faith's Church, Sélestat, Alsace completed.
  • Construction of Borgund Stave Church, Norway, begun.
  • Färlöv Church, Sweden, built.
  • Moyse's Hall, Bury St Edmunds, England, built.
  • 1181 – Worms Cathedral in Germany mostly finished.
  • 1183 – Cathedral of Monreale, Sicily, built.
  • 1184 – Modena Cathedral consecrated.
  • by about 1185 – Construction of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford, England as the church of the Priory of St Frideswide substantially completed.
  • 1185
  • Reconstruction of Basle Cathedral begins.
  • Temple Church in London dedicated.
  • Pont Saint-Bénezet, a bridge in Avignon, in southern France, completed.
  • 1189 – Rebuilding of Chengling Pagoda (澄灵塔) of Zhengding in Jin dynasty China is completed (begun 1161).
  • 1186 – Ta Prohm temple built in Angkor.
  • 1188
  • Ourense Cathedral in Galicia (Spain) consecrated.
  • Church of St Thomas of Canterbury, Portsmouth, England, consecrated.
  • Main period of work on Dover Castle in England.
  • New circular keep of Conisbrough Castle in Yorkshire, England, built by Hamelin de Warenne, Earl of Surrey.
  • Reconstruction of Chichester Cathedral in England begins.
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