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1270s in architecture

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1270s in architecture

Buildings

  • 1270 - Rebuilding of church of San Francesco de' Ferri in Pisa, Italy completed.
  • 1272: April 13 - Rebuilding of Narbonne Cathedral, in France, in Gothique Méridional style begins.
  • 1272 - Construction of Leaning Tower of Pisa resumes, after almost a century, under Giovanni di Simone, continuing through the decade.
  • 1273
  • Rebuilding of Regensburg Cathedral begins.
  • Palazzo Mozzi, an early Renaissance palace in Florence, Italy, is completed (begun in 1260).
  • 1274 - Rebuilding of Coutances Cathedral, in France, in its current aspect is completed (begun in 1210).
  • 1275 - Rebuilding of Reims Cathedral, in France, is completed (begun in 1211).
  • 1277/8 - Construction of Arezzo Cathedral begins.
  • 1279 - White Dagoba (白塔), Dadu, currently located in the Miaoying Temple (妙应寺) of Beijing, China is completed (begun in 1271).
  • Construction of Vienna Cathedral begins.
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