1170s in architecture
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|1160s . 1170s in architecture . 1180s|
- about 1170 - Airavatesvara Temple completed in Darasuram, India (Chola Empire).
- about 1170 - Galilee Chapel added to Durham Cathedral.
- about 1170-1180 - Construction of St. Faith's Church of Sélestat in Alsace.
- 1170 - San Nicola Bell Tower, Pisa, Italy.
- 1171 - Romanesque building of the Tournai Cathedral, Hainaut consecrated.
- 1171 - Rebuilding of Canterbury Cathedral began under William of Sens.
- 1171 - Pont d'Avignon begun.
- 1172 - Nur Al-Din Mosque completed in Hama, Syria.
- 1172 - Newcastle Castle in Northern England is rebuilt in stone.
- 1172 - Ikorta church built in Georgia.
- 1173 - Bell Tower of the Basilica di San Zeno completed in Verona, Italy.
- 1173 - Work begun on what later became known as the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy.
- 1174 - Monreale Cathedral begun.
- 1175 - Sainte-Trinité Abbey Church in Lessay begun.
- 1175 - Soissons Cathedral begun.
- 1176 - Wells Cathedral begun.
- 1177 - The Piazza San Marco in Venice assumes its current shape.
- 1177 - Maria Laach Abbey in the Holy Roman Empire completed.
- Sant'Ambrogio, Milan begun.
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