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1860 in architecture

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1860 in architecture

The year 1860 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.

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Events

  • August 22 - The Cenotaph to Matthew Henry, designed by Thomas Harrison, is unveiled in Chester, England.
  • Buildings opened

  • Spring - Willden Fort, Utah, built by Charles William Willden and his son Ellott (no longer standing).
  • June - Oxford University Museum of Natural History, designed by Benjamin Woodward.
  • August 28 - St. Augustin, Coburg (Bavaria), consecrated by the Archbishop of Bamberg Michael Deinlein.
  • November 22 - Solund Church, Norway, designed by Christian Henrik Grosch, consecrated by Bishop Jens Matthias Pram Kaurin.
  • November 28 - Swedish Theatre, Helsinki, Finland, designed by Georg Theodor von Chiewitz.
  • Buildings completed

  • Mosque of Omar, Bethlehem, Palestinian territories
  • Varshavsky railway station building in Saint Petersburg, Russia, designed by Piotr Salmanovich.
  • Awards

  • Royal Gold Medal - Sydney Smirke
  • Births

  • March 11 - Thomas Hastings, American architect (died 1929
  • May 2 - Lucien Weissenburger, French Art Nouveau architect (died 1929)
  • August 20 - Kirtland Cutter, American architect (died 1939)
  • date unknown - James Miller, Scottish commercial architect based in Glasgow (died 1947)
  • date unknown - Bertie Crewe, English architect (died 1937)
  • Deaths

  • February 1 - Giacomo Moraglia, Milanese neoclassical architect (born 1791)
  • February 19 - Edward Lapidge, English architect (born 1779)
  • April 19 - Karol PodczaszyƄski, Polish neoclassical architect (born 1790)
  • May 12 - Charles Barry, English architect best known for his role in the rebuilding of the Palace of Westminster (born 1795)
  • October 10 - Thomas Larkins Walker, British-born architect (born 1811)
  • References

    1860 in architecture Wikipedia


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