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1830 in architecture

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1830 in architecture

The year 1830 in architecture involved some significant events.

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Buildings

  • The Altes Museum in Berlin, designed by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, which was begun in 1823, is completed.
  • The Glyptothek museum in Munich, designed by Leo von Klenze, is completed.
  • The Museo Correr, a museum in Venice, Italy, is established.
  • The Yorkshire Museum in York, England is completed.
  • The Wellington Arch in London, designed by Decimus Burton, is completed in its original position.
  • St Mary's Church, Bramall Lane, Sheffield, England, designed by Joseph Potter, is consecrated.
  • Old Mosque, Ufa, Russia.
  • Liverpool and Manchester Railway opened in England.
  • Births

  • January 27 - Edward Middleton Barry, English architect (died 1880)
  • July 19 - Alfred Waterhouse, English architect (died 1905)
  • November 7 - Emanuele Luigi Galizia, Maltese architect and civil engineer (died 1907)
  • Deaths

  • September 15 - François BaillairgĂ©, Canadian artist, woodcarver and architect (born 1759)
  • References

    1830 in architecture Wikipedia


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