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1230s in architecture

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1230s in architecture


  • 1230
  • Santa Maria della Spina, Pisa, Italy built
  • Ponte Vella at Ourense in Galicia (Spain) rebuilt on Roman foundations
  • Church of the Jacobins in Toulouse is begun
  • 1234
  • Aqsab Mosque, Damascus, Syria built
  • Saint-Martin Church, Colmar begun
  • 1235
  • Limburg Cathedral in the Holy Roman Empire consecrated
  • Great Hall of Winchester Castle in England completed to a "double cube" design
  • Approximate date - Saint-L├ęger of Guebwiller in the Holy Roman Empire is completed
  • 1238
  • Construction of the Alhambra in Grenada begins; it is said that each sovereign of the dynasty of the Nasrides brings a stone to the edifice, and by the end of the Reconquista in 1492, the latest refinements to the palace will have been completed
  • Torre dei Conti built by Pope Innocent III in Rome
  • 1239 - St. Mark Basilica of Heraklion, Venetian Crete, built
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