c. 1500 - Chateau de Blois largely rebuilt.
1500 - St. Anne's Church, Vilnius is completed.
Expansion of Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh.
Chichester Cross is built in Chichester, England.
Construction of the Jerónimos Monastery at Belém (Lisbon) in Portugal begins; it will take 100 years to complete.
Construction of spire of St James' Church, Louth, Lincolnshire, England begins; it will take until c.1515 to complete.
1501/2 - Construction of the Ducal Palace of Vila Viçosa in the Duchy of Braganza (Portugal) begins.
Tempietto, San Pietro in Montorio, Rome, designed by Donato Bramante, is built.
Construction of St. Mary's Church, Gdańsk, begun in 1379 by Heinrich Ungeradin, is completed with the installation of vaulting by Heinrich Haetzl.
Vladislav Hall in Prague Castle, designed by Benedikt Rejt, is completed.
Expansion of Great Malvern Priory in England is completed.
1504 - Matsumoto Castle in Japan built.
1505 - Archangel Cathedral in Moscow begun.
1505–1508 - Fondaco dei Tedeschi on the Grand Canal (Venice) rebuilt by Fra Giovanni Giocondo.
1506 - Construction of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome to the design of Bramante begins.
Seville Cathedral consecrated.
Construction of the church of Santa Maria di Loreto, Rome, to the design of Antonio da Sangallo the Younger begins.
Rebuilding of Wawel Castle in Kraków begins.
Church of San Rocco, Venice, designed by Bartolomeo Bon, begun in 1489, is completed.
Church of Santa Maria della Consolazione (Todi) is begun.
Palazzo Loredan on the Grand Canal (Venice), begun by Mauro Codussi in 1481, is completed.
Fugger Chapel of St. Anne's Church, Augsburg, Swabia, is begun.
1503: November 1 - Pope Julius II becomes Pope; he will be patron to Bramante, Raphael, and Michelangelo.
1507: October 1 - Giacomo Barozzi da Vignola, Italian Mannerist architect (died 1573)
1508: November 30 - Andrea Palladio, Venetian architect (died 1580)
c. 1501 - Francesco di Giorgio Martini, Sienese painter, sculptor, architect and military engineer (born 1439)
1503: June 24 - Reginald Bray, English Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and architect (born 1440)
c. 1506/07 - Conrad Pflüger, Swabian architect (born c. 1450)
1500s in architecture Wikipedia