1060s in architecture
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|1050s . 1060s in architecture . 1070s|
- 1060 – Nave of new Mont Saint Michel Abbey in Normandy begun.
- 1061 – Speyer Cathedral, Germany, consecrated.
- 1062 – Construction of Abbey of Sainte-Trinité, Caen, Normandy begun.
- 1064 – Abbey of Lessay, Normandy begun.
- 1065 – St. Maria im Kapitol, Cologne consecrated.
- 1066 – Church of San Martín de Tours de Frómista, Spain known.
- 1068 – William the Conqueror orders the construction of new motte-and-bailey castles in England at Warwick, Nottingham, Lincoln, Huntingdon, Cambridge and York.
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