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1760 in architecture

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1760 in architecture

The year 1760 in architecture involved some significant events.

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Buildings

  • The Laleli Mosque ("Tulip Mosque") in Istanbul is begun (completed in 1763).
  • St. George's Cathedral, Lviv, Ukraine, designed by Bernard Meretin, is completed.
  • Servite Church, Vienna, designed by Martin Carlone, is consecrated.
  • Santa Maria della Pietà, Venice, designed by Giorgio Massari, is completed.
  • Most Holy Trinity Church, Fulnek, Moravia, designed by Nikolaus Thalherr, is completed.
  • Østre Porsgrunn Church in Telemark, Norway, designed by Lauritz de Thurah and Andreas Pfützner and built by Joen Jacobsen, is consecrated.
  • Holy Trinity Church, Warrington, England, is completed.
  • Interior rococo church decoration of the Monastery of São Martinho de Tibães in northern Portugal, designed by André Soares, is completed.
  • Reredos of Our Lady of Light in Christo Rey Church, Santa Fe, New Mexico, is erected.
  • Reconstruction of St. Cyril's Monastery in Kiev by Ivan Hryhorovych-Barskyi is completed.
  • Castellania in Valletta, completed by Giuseppe Bonnici to a design by Francesco Zerafa, is opened.
  • Edinburgh City Chambers, designed by John Adam as the Royal Exchange, is opened.
  • Hagley Hall in Worcestershire, England, designed by Sanderson Miller, is completed.
  • Brockdorff's Palace in Copenhagen is completed.
  • Grassalkovich Palace in Bratislava is built.
  • Palazzo Estense in Varese, Lombardy, designed by Giuseppe Bianchi, is completed.
  • Selo Mansion in Ljubljana.
  • New country house at Sølyst (Klampenborg) near Copenhagen is built.
  • Arno's Court Triumphal Arch in Bristol, England, designed by James Bridges, is built.
  • In Amalfi, at Duomo square, a baroque fountain is built.
  • In Cortona, Tuscany, La Mucchia casa vacanze, a typical Tuscan farmhouse, is built by Count Passerini of Cortona.
  • Births

  • September 30 – Michele Cachia, Maltese architect and military engineer (died 1839)
  • date unknown
  • James Cavanah Murphy, Irish-born architect and antiquary (died 1814)
  • Willey Reveley, English architect (died 1799)
  • Deaths

  • November 20 – Giovanni Carlo Galli-Bibiena, Italian architect and designer (born 1717)
  • References

    1760 in architecture Wikipedia


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