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1490s in architecture

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1490s in architecture


  • St Edmund's Church, Southwold in England is completed.
  • Church of St. Valentin, Kiedrich in Hesse (Germany) is completed.
  • 1490
  • Bara Gumbad in Delhi is built.
  • Probable completion of rebuilding of Sherborne Abbey choir, England, with a Perpendicular style fan vault by William Smyth.
  • All Saints' Church, Wittenberg (Schloßkirche), designed by Conrad Pflüger, begun.
  • Former Nea Ekklesia church in Constantinople destroyed by a lightning strike.
  • 1493 - Tomb of Bibi Jawindi at Uch in the Punjab region is built.
  • 1495 - Monastery of Jesus of Setúbal in Portugal, designed by Diogo de Boitaca, is completed.
  • 1497 - Rebuilding of Holy Trinity Church, Long Melford in England is completed.
  • 1498 - Church of St Martin, Landshut, Bavaria (Germany) is completed by Hans von Burghausen.
  • 1499
  • Garden loggia and external spiral staircase at Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo in Venice, probably designed by Giorgio Spavento, completed.
  • Start of construction of Abbaye de la Trinité, Vendôme.
  • Births

  • c. 1495 - Diego Siloe, Spanish Renaissance architect and sculptor (died 1563)
  • Deaths

  • 1490 - William Smyth, English architect
  • c. 1493 - Enna Swarviski (born c. 1427)
  • 1494 (last record) - Luca Fancelli, Italian architect and sculptor (born c. 1430)
  • References

    1490s in architecture Wikipedia

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