1150s in architecture
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|1140s . 1150s in architecture . 1160s|
- c. 1150 - Roof lantern of Florence Baptistery constructed.
- c. 1150–1160
- 1151 - Zamora Cathedral in Spain begun.
- 1152 - Great St. Martin Church, Cologne begun.
- 1153 - Pisa Baptistry in Italy begun by Diotisalvi.
- 1155 - Basilica of San Michele Maggiore, Pavia, Italy completed. It is one of the best surviving examples of Lombard Romanesque architecture.
- 1156 - In France:
- Mid 12th century - Romanesque church of Saint-Nectaire, Puy-de-Dôme, France built.
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