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1810 in architecture

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1810 in architecture

The year 1810 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.


Buildings opened

  • February 10 - Odessa Opera and Ballet Theater, Ukraine, designed by Jean-François Thomas de Thomon, opened.
  • November 30 - St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Quebec City, Canada inaugurated.
  • Buildings

  • St. George Orthodox Church, Chandanapally, India (original building).
  • Basílica del Santísimo Sacramento, Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay, designed by Tomás Toribio.
  • Old Saint Petersburg Stock Exchange, Russia, designed by Jean-François Thomas de Thomon, completed.
  • Commercial Rooms, Bristol, England, designed by Charles Busby.
  • City hall, Groningen, Netherlands, designed by Jacob Otten Husly in 1775, completed.
  • Northgate, Chester, England, designed by Thomas Harrison.
  • Old Market, Dominica.
  • Gignac Bridge, France, designed by Bertrand Garipuy in 1776, completed by Billoin and Fontenay.
  • Events

  • Rebuilding of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem.
  • Births

  • June 19 - Charles Wilson, Scottish neoclassical architect (died 1863)
  • February 24 - William Mason, English-born New Zealand architect (died 1897)
  • April 1 - Benjamin Ferrey, English architect (died 1880)
  • date unknown - John Notman, Scottish-born American architect (died 1865)
  • Deaths

  • January 19 - Jan Ferdynand Nax, Polish architect, economist and social reformer (born 1736)
  • January 23 - Francesco Piranesi, Italian engraver, etcher and architect (born 1756 or 1758)
  • References

    1810 in architecture Wikipedia

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