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1791 in architecture

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1791 in architecture

The year 1791 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.

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Events

  • The elevations of Charlotte Square in Edinburgh, Scotland, are designed by Robert Adam.
  • Polish architect Jakub Kubicki is ennobled.
  • Buildings opened

  • January 6 - Théâtre Feydeau, Paris, designed by Jacques Legrand and Jacques Molinos.
  • November 7 - The Custom House, Dublin, Ireland, designed by James Gandon.
  • Buildings completed

  • Bara Imambara, Lucknow, India.
  • Clyne Castle, Swansea, Wales, built by Richard Phillips.
  • Gammel Køgegård, Køge, Denmark (main house).
  • Buenos Aires Metropolitan Cathedral, Argentina (rebuilt).
  • Plaza Mayor, Madrid, remodelling by Juan de Villanueva.
  • Rock Castle (Hendersonville, Tennessee), United States, home of Daniel Smith.
  • Births

  • January 14 - Thomas Oliver, English neoclassical architect (died 1857)
  • March 15 - Lewis Vulliamy, English architect (died 1871)
  • June 7 - Giacomo Moraglia, Milanese neoclassical architect (died 1860)
  • William Cubitt, English building and civil engineering contractor and politician (died 1863)
  • Deaths

  • December 19 - Jean-François de Neufforge, Flemish architect and engraver (born 1714)
  • References

    1791 in architecture Wikipedia


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