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Santa Quiteria, Higueruela

Santa Quiteria is a Neoclassic, Roman Catholic parish church in Higueruela, province of Albacete, Community of Castile-La Mancha, Spain. A hermitage of the same dedication is known from 1592. The church was erected in the 18th century, using desi ...


Palazzo Hercolani, Bologna

The Palazzo Hercolani or Ercolani is a large Rococo or Neoclassic-style palace in Strada Maggiore in central Bologna, which now serves as the offices for the Political Science Department of the University of Bologna.


Palazzo Dondini Ghiselli, Bologna

The Palazzo Dondini Ghiselli is a Neoclassical-style palace located on Via Barberia #23, corner with Via Mario Finzi, in central Bologna, region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy.


Palazzo Zambeccari, Bologna

The Palazzo Zambeccari at 11 Via Carbonesi is a Neoclassical urban palace in central Bologna, region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy. It is located diagonal to the facade of San Paolo Maggiore, and in 2015 was home to offices of the Banco Populare di Mi ...



SantIsaia is a Roman Catholic church located at the intersection of via SantIsaia and via De Marchi in Bologna, region of Emilia-Romagna, Italy. The church is dedicated to the prophet Isaiah.


Palazzo Pucci, Florence

The Palazzo Pucci is a palace located at Via dei Pucci #4 in central Florence in the region of Tuscany, Italy. The façade of the palace spans from Via dei Servi to Via Ricasoli.


Bank of England Building, Liverpool

The Bank of England first decided to open premises on Castle Street, Liverpool in 1826, which helped established the area as the citys financial centre. The present building was designed by Charles Robert Cockerell and built in a Neoclassical sty ...


Santa Barbara, Madrid

The Santa Barbara, also known as Church of the Monastery of the Salesas Reales is a Catholic church, built in Neoclassic style, in central Madrid, Spain. It is one of a number of Spanish churches dedicated to St Barbara.


Palazzo Melzi dEril, Milan

The palace was designed by Giocondo Albertolli, while Giacomo Moraglia to design the facade. At one time the palace had a large garden attached. The base has pink hewn stone, while the upper floors have a sober retitive structure with a large bal ...


Neoclassical architecture in Milan

Neoclassical architecture in Milan encompasses the main artistic movement from about 1750 to 1850 in this northern Italian city. From the final years of the reign of Maria Theresa of Austria, through the Napoleonic Kingdom of Italy and the Europe ...


Palazzo Orsini, Milan

The palace was initially completed in the second half of the 17th century by members of the Secco-Borella family. It was acquired by the Orsini family, and refurbished. The next owners were the Falco-Pio families, who owned the palace till 1918. ...


Santa Barbara dei Cannonieri

The church of Saint Barbara of the Gunners or Santa Barbara dei Cannonieri or Santa Barbara dei Cannonieri e dei Marinai is a small religious edifice in central Naples, Italy. It is located on Rua Catalana, near the church of San Giacomo degli It ...


San Carlo allArena (church)

San Carlo allArena is a Roman Catholic church built in a Baroque-style layout with a Neoclassic façade, and located on via Foria in the quartiere or neighborhood of the San Carlo allArena, in the city of Naples, Italy.


Santi Demetrio e Bonifacio

Santi Demetrio e Bonifacio is a former-Roman Catholic church located on Piazzetta Teodoro Monticelli, in central Naples, Italy. It is now used for meetings and exhibitions by the Department of Architecture of the University of Naples.


San Francesco degli Scarioni, Naples

San Francesco degli Scarioni is a Roman Catholic church located on a narrow street, Via Arco Mirelli #19, in central Naples, Italy. It was founded and still property of the Franciscan order.


Santa Maria del Soccorso a Capodimonte

Santa Maria del Soccorso a Capodimonte is a Neoclassic-style Roman Catholic church in the Capodimonte Neighborhood of Naples, Italy. The interior is centralized and has a cupola frescos with a starry sky. On the lateral apse are frescos depicting ...


Palazzo Doria dAngri

The Palazzo Doria d’Angri is an historic building and monument in Naples in southern Italy located in Piazza 7 Settembre in the corner with the busy Via Toledo and Via Monteoliveto.


Palazzo Partanna, Naples

The Palazzo Partanna, also once known as Palazzo Coscia is a monumental palace, located on Piazza dei Martiri 64-66 on the western edge of the neighborhood of Chiaia in Naples, Italy. The palace faces the Piazza dei Martiri.


Piazza del Plebiscito

Named after the alleged plebiscite taken on October 2, 1860, that brought Naples into the unified Kingdom of Italy under the House of Savoy, the piazza is very close to the gulf of Naples, and bounded by the Royal Palace east and the church of Sa ...


Notre-Dame-de-Lorette, Paris

Construction of the church began in 1823 under the reign of Louis XVIII and was completed in 1836 under the reign of Louis-Philippe. An earlier chapel of the same name was situated at 54 rue Lamartine but was destroyed during the French Revolutio ...


Ognissanti, Parma

Initial documents date the church to 1230. By the year 1317, the church was linked to the Benedictine monastery adjacent to the church of SantAlessandro. Internal reconstructions were performed in 1485 and 1562, the present structure dates from t ...


San Tommaso, Parma

A church of this name existed for this parish, located outside the walls, prior to 1028. When Parma expelled the occupying French army in 1521, specifically on 21 December 21st which is the feast day of St Thomas, this prompted the city to declar ...


Collegio Tolomei, Siena

It was founded in 1676 with an endowment by Celso Tolomei, of a prominent and ancient Sienese family. The school was then run as a seminary by the Jesuits and targeted youth from the noble families in Siena. With the 1773 suppression of the Jesui ...


Palazzo Incontri

The Palazzo Incontri is a Neoclassical style urban palace locate on Pian dei Mantellini in Terzo di Citta of Siena, region of Tuscany, Italy. The palace rises between the church and convent of San Niccolo al Carmine and what was formerly the Conv ...


San Cristoforo, Siena

San Cristoforo is a Roman Catholic church located on Piazza Tolomei in the Northern Terzo di Camollia and contrada of Civetta in the city of Siena, region of Tuscany, Italy. Across the piazza from the church is the Palazzo Tolomei, one of the old ...


Palazzo Civran

The Palazzo Civran is a Neoclassical style palace, located between the Campiello del Remer and the smaller Palazzo Perducci on the Grand Canal in the sestiere of Cannaregio in Venice, Italy. There is a separate Palazzo Civran Grimani on the Canal.


Palazzo Civran Grimani

Palazzo Civran Grimani is a Neoclassical palace in Venice, Italy. The palazzo is located in the San Polo district, overlooking the Grand Canal at the confluence with Rio della Frescada, between Palazzo Dandolo Paolucci and Palazzo Caotorta-Angaran.


Palazzo Emo Diedo

Palazzo Emo Diedo is a neoclassical palace in Venice, Italy located in the Santa Croce district, overlooking the Grand Canal, opposite the railway station. The building is located near San Simeone Piccolo.


Palazzo Giusti, Venice

The Palazzo Giusti, also known as the Palazzo Miani Coletti Giusti, is a Neoclassic-style palace located on the Canal Grande of Venice, between Ca dOro and Palazzo Fontana Rezzonico in the Sestiere of Cannaregio, Venice, Italy.


Palazzo Molin Querini

The Palazzo Molin Querini is a Baroque-style palace on the Grand Canal, between the Palazzo Emo alla Maddalena and the Rio della Maddalena in the sestiere of Cannaregio, in Venice, Italy. It is also called the Palazzo Molin alla Maddalena or Pala ...


Palazzo Patriarcale

After the fall of the Venetian Republic, St Marks Basilica became a cathedral, the Palazzo Patriarcale was built as the new headquarters of the Patriarchate of Venice former headquarter was San Pietro di Castello. In 1837, architect Lorenzo Santi ...


Palazzo Soranzo Cappello

Palazzo Soranzo Cappello is a palace in Venice, Italy located in the Santa Croce district, near Palazzo Gradenigo. The palace is currently occupied by the Superintendence of Archaeology, the Fine Arts and Landscape for the metropolitan area of Ve ...


Carmelite Church, Warsaw

Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and of St. Joseph commonly known as the Carmelite Church is a Roman Catholic church at Krakowskie Przedmiescie 52/54 in Warsaw, Poland. The Carmelite Church has Warsaws most notable neoclassical-style f ...


Annunciation (El Greco, Museo del Prado, 1600)


Pentecost (El Greco)


Resurrection (El Greco)


Art Deco architecture in Western Australia


Balfour Building

The Balfour Building is located at the Northeast corner of Spadina Avenue and Adelaide Street in downtown Toronto, Ontario, Canada, close to the Financial and Entertainment districts, Gardiner Expressway, and the LRT. It was named after Arthur J. ...


Saint-Esprit-de-Rosemont Church

The Church of the Holy Spirit of Rosemont, is a Roman Catholic church in the Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie borough of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Built between 1931 and 1933, it is one of the rare churches with Art-deco architecture. The architect Jose ...


Atlantic Huis

The Atlantic was built between 1928 and 1930 in Art Deco style, designed by architect PG Buskens. The building is special because it is one of the first industrial buildings in the Netherlands and because it is one of the first buildings equipped ...


Ranfurly, New Zealand

Ranfurly is a town in the Central Otago District of Otago, New Zealand. Located 110 kilometres north of Dunedin, it lies in the dry rough plain of Maniototo at a moderately high altitude close to a small tributary of the Taieri River. It operates ...


Art Deco architecture in Ljubljana


Art Nouveau in Antwerp

Architecture in the style of Art Nouveau appeared in Antwerp, Belgium, between roughly 1898 and the start of the First World War in 1914. It was principally practiced by the architects Joseph Bascourt, Jacques De Weerdt, Jules Hofman, Emile Van A ...


Palazzo Pola e Todescan

The Palazzo Pola e Todescan is a building in central Florence, Italy. The palazzo was completed in 1903. It is in the Art Nouveau style and was designed by architect Giuseppe Paciarelli. The building initially housed the Florence branch of Pola & ...


Meeting House for the New York Society of Ethical Culture

The Meeting House for the New York Society of Ethical Culture is an Art Nouveau building located within the Central Park West Historic District in New York City. The building was designed by Robert D. Kohn, in the early twentieth century, as a me ...


Art Nouveau in Strasbourg

Art Nouveau in Strasbourg developed and was cultivated as a mixture of French influences, especially from the Ecole de Nancy, and Germanic influences, particularly Darmstadt Artists Colony and Vienna Secession, with some influences of Brussels Ar ...


Art Nouveau architecture in Russia

Art Nouveau is an international style of art, architecture and applied arts, especially the decorative arts, that was most popular between 1893 and 1910. In the Russian language it is called Art Nouveau or Modern. Art Nouveau architecture in Russ ...


Art Nouveau in Alcoy

Art Nouveau in Alcoy, as one of the main focuses of the Valencian Art Nouveau, is the historiographic denomination given to an art and literature movement associated with the Art Nouveau in Alcoy, Valencian Community, in Spain. Its main form of e ...


Art Nouveau architecture in the Valencian Community


Holy Trinity Church, Bothenhampton

Holy Trinity Church is a Church of England parish church at Bothenhampton, near Bridport in Dorset, England. It was designed and built by the English arts and crafts architect Edward Schroeder Prior in 1887–89. It is a Grade II* listed building.

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