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1713 in architecture

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1713 in architecture

The year 1713 in architecture involved some significant events.



  • February 25 - Death of Frederick I of Prussia pauses work on Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin.
  • Buildings

  • Old State House (Boston) in Massachusetts, possibly designed by Robert Twelves, is completed.
  • Church of San Benedetto, Catania in Sicily is completed.
  • Spandauische Kirche, Berlin, designed by Philipp Gerlach, is consecrated.
  • Schelf Church at Schwerin in the Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, is rebuilt.
  • Vizianagaram fort in South India is built.
  • Births

  • January 22 - Marc-Antoine Laugier, French architectural historian (died 1769)
  • July 18 - Gaetano Matteo Pisoni, Ticinese architect (died 1782)
  • July 22 - Jacques-Germain Soufflot, French neoclassical architect (died 1780)
  • October 30 - Giuseppe Antonio Landi, Bolognese neoclassical architect and ceiling painter working in Brazil (died 1791)
  • December 27 - Giovanni Battista Borra, Italian architect and engineer (died 1770)
  • John Gwynn, English architect (died 1786)
  • Ivan Hryhorovych-Barskyi, Ukrainian baroque architect (died 1785)
  • James "Athenian" Stuart, English neoclassical architect and painter (died 1788)
  • Deaths

  • September 9 - Giovanni Antonio Viscardi, Swiss baroque architect working in Bavaria (born 1645)
  • Antonio Riva, Rhaetian baroque architect and builder (born 1650)
  • References

    1713 in architecture Wikipedia

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