1100s in architecture
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|1090s . 12th century in architecture . 1110s|
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- 1100 - Gloucester Cathedral dedicated as a new Gloucester Abbey church in England, but seriously damaged by a fire in the city in 1102.
- 1104 - New basilica at Vézelay Abbey in France dedicated.
- 1105 - The Romanesque Bayeux Cathedral is partially destroyed by a fire, marking the beginning of Gothic style reconstructions.
- 1106 - Rebuilt Speyer Cathedral completed.
- 1106-1108 - Gate Church of the Trinity (Pechersk Lavra) in Kiev built.
- 1108 - Southwell Minster in England begun.
- 1103 - Chinese architect and government minister Li Jie publishes his Yingzao Fashi, a technical treatise on Chinese architecture during the reign of Emperor Huizong of Song.
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- 1110 - Li Jie, Chinese architect (born 1065)