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1420s in architecture

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1420s in architecture

Buildings

  • 1417–1420 - Ulugh Beg Madrasah in Samarkand is built.
  • 1419–1427 - Ospedale degli Innocenti in Florence (first stage), designed by Filippo Brunelleschi.
  • 1420
  • Khan Jaqmaq, Damascus, is completed.
  • Forbidden City of Beijing, China, is completed.
  • Temple of Heaven in Beijing is completed.
  • 1424 - Start of final stage of construction of Doge's Palace, Venice.
  • 1425 – Rebuilding of Sherborne Abbey choir, England, begins.
  • 1428–1430 - Ca' d'Oro, Venice, built by Giovanni and his son Bartolomeo Bon for the Contarini family of doges.
  • 1427 – Harmondsworth Great Barn in England is completed.
  • 1428 – Church of Sant'Agostino, Amatrice, Kingdom of Naples, is built.
  • 1429 – Ulugh Beg Observatory in Samarkand is completed.
  • Births

  • c. 1429 - Guiniforte Solari, Milanese engineer, architect and sculptor (died 1481)
  • References

    1420s in architecture Wikipedia


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