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1769 in architecture

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1769 in architecture

The year 1769 in architecture involved some significant events.

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Buildings

  • Second Chinese Pavilion at Drottningholm in Sweden, designed by Carl Fredrik Adelcrantz, is completed
  • Blackfriars Bridge in London, designed by Robert Mylne, opens to the public (demolished in the 1860s)
  • St James' Church in Bath, England, designed by John Palmer of Bath, is completed (begun in 1768)
  • Church of St Philip and St James at Mittelstrimmig in the Rhineland, perhaps designed by Paul Stehling, is completed
  • St Clement's Church, Moscow is completed
  • Work on Syon House, Middlesex, England, to the design of Robert Adam, ceases
  • Reconstruction of the Collegiate Church of Saint Michael at Vydubychi Monastery in Kiev to the design of M. I. Yurasov is completed
  • Teatro Bibiena (Teatro Scientifico dell'Accademia di Mantova) in Mantua, Lombardy, designed by Antonio Galli Bibiena, is opened
  • Births

  • August 4 - Vasily Stasov, Russian architect (died 1848)
  • Deaths

  • February 25 - Henry Flitcroft, English Palladian architect (born 1697)
  • References

    1769 in architecture Wikipedia


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