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1737 in architecture

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1737 in architecture

The year 1737 in architecture involved some significant events.

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Buildings

  • November 4 - The Teatro di San Carlo in Naples (Italy), designed by Giovanni Antonio Medrano under the direction of Charles VII of Naples, officially opens
  • Palladian Bridge, Wilton House (England), designed by Roger Morris, is completed.
  • Fuerte San Miguel (Uruguay).
  • Samuel Eliot House in Old Saybrook, Connecticut.
  • Black Swan Hotel, Devizes, England.
  • The ceiling of the chapter house in Porto Cathedral is decorated.
  • Approximate date - New Nostell Priory in Yorkshire, England, designed by James Paine, begun.
  • Publications

  • Andrea Palladio - I quattro libri dell'architettura
  • Births

  • June 7 - Jacques Gondouin, French architect and designer (died 1818)
  • September 8 - Samuel Wyatt, English architect and engineer (died 1807)
  • Deaths

  • March 8 - Domenico Rossi, Swiss-Italian architect (born 1657)
  • December 21 - Alessandro Galilei, Florentine mathematician, architect and theorist (born 1691)
  • References

    1737 in architecture Wikipedia


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