1897 in architecture
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The year 1897 in architecture involved some significant events.
- May 1 - Tennessee Centennial Exposition opens in Nashville, with a temporary pyramid for Memphis, TN and a copy of the Parthenon, which will be rebuilt of permanent materials in the 1920s.
- May 12 - The new Oxford Town Hall, designed by Henry Hare, is officially opened in England.
- May 16 - The Teatro Massimo is inaugurated in Palermo; it is the largest opera theatre in Italy and the third in Europe.
- The Vienna Secession Building, designed by Joseph Maria Olbrich is completed.
- Glasgow School of Art, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, is begun in Scotland.
- The Arts and Crafts movement house Munstead Wood, designed by Edwin Lutyens for Gertrude Jekyll, is begun in England.
- The Flatiron Building of Atlanta, Georgia, United States is completed, five years before New York's more famous structure.
- The Battenberg Mausoleum, Sofia, is completed.
- The Weaver building, a mill at Swansea in Wales, becomes the first building in the United Kingdom to be constructed from reinforced concrete, by L. G. Mouchel to Hennebique patents.
- Vienna Secession group founded by Otto Wagner, Joseph Maria Olbrich and Josef Hoffmann among others.
- "Weaver & Co mill, site of". Engineering Timelines. Retrieved 2010-11-01.