1220s in architecture
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|1210s . 1220s in architecture . 1230s|
- Early 1220s – Chlemoutsi Crusader castle in Greece is built.
- 1220 – Bishop Evrard de Fouilly initiates work on Amiens Cathedral, in Amiens, France, with Robert de Luzarches serving as architect until 1228.
- c.1220 – Beauvais Cathedral begun.
- c. 1220 – Gawdawpalin Temple finished in Bagan, Pagan Kingdom.
- 1220 – Brussels Cathedral begun.
- 1220 – Salisbury Cathedral begun.
- 1220 – Cluny Abbey's 3rd building campaign, initiated in 1080, over. It would be the largest religious building in the World until the 16th century.
- 1221 – Burgos Cathedral begun.
- 1222 – Great Hall of Winchester Castle begun.
- 1227 – Toledo Cathedral begun.
- 1228 – July 17 - The foundation stone of the Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi (completed 1253) in Assisi, Italy is laid.
- 1228 – Chateau d'Angers begun.
- 1229 – Beverston Castle is completed.
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