1250s in architecture
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|1240s . 1250s in architecture . 1260s|
- c. 1250 – The Western towers and north rose window of Notre Dame de Paris in the Kingdom of France are completed.
- c. 1250 – Hexham Abbey, England completed (begun c. 1170).
- c. 1250 – The Western towers and north rose window of Notre Dame de Paris are completed.
- 1250 – Château de Spesbourg, Holy Roman Empire built.
- c. 1252 – The Franciscan abbey of Claregalway Friary, in Claregalway, County Galway, Ireland is commissioned by Norman knight John de Cogan.
- 1253 – Construction of the upper Basilica of San Francesco d'Assisi in Assisi, designed by Elia Bombardone, is completed.
- 1255 – New Gothic choir of the Tournai Cathedral in the Kingdom of France built.
- 1256 – Construction of Hermann Castle in present-day Estonia is started.
- 1257 – Construction of the Basilica di Santa Chiara in Assisi begun.
- 1258 – The main body of the Salisbury Cathedral (begun in 1220) in Salisbury, England, is completed.
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