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1739 in architecture

See also: 1738 in architecture, other events of 1739, 1740 in architecture and the architecture timeline.

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Buildings

  • Holy Trinity Church (Berlin), designed by Christian August Naumann, completed.
  • Schloss Meseberg, Germany.
  • Prinz-Albrecht-Palais, Berlin, completed.
  • Church of Santa Felicita, Florence, rebuilt by Ferdinando Ruggieri, completed.
  • Church of Saint Ildefonso, Porto, Portugal, inaugurated.
  • New Room, Bristol, England (Wesleyan Methodist chapel).
  • Crowcombe Court, Somerset, England, designed by Thomas Parker, completed.
  • Old Colony House, Newport, Rhode Island, designed by Richard Munday.
  • Frescati House, Blackrock, Dublin, Ireland.
  • Nahar Singh Mahal, Ballabhgarh, India (approximate date).
  • Catherine Canal, Saint Petersburg, dug.
  • Births

  • January 19 - Joseph Bonomi the Elder, Italian architect working in England (died 1808)
  • February 15 - Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart, French architect (died 1813)
  • September 15 - Juan de Villanueva, Spanish architect (died 1811)
  • date unknown - Antonio Cachia, Maltese architect, civil and military engineer and archaeologist (died 1813)
  • Deaths

  • May 10 - Cosmas Damian Asam, German painter and architect (born 1686)
  • Richard Munday, American colonial architect (born c.1685)
  • References

    1739 in architecture Wikipedia


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