1260s in architecture
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|1250s . 1260s in architecture . 1270s|
- 1260 – Chartres Cathedral consecrated.
- 1262 – Saint-Urbain Basilica, Troyes, begun.
- 1264 – Château d'Andlau in the Holy Roman Empire built.
- 1265 – Basilica di Santa Chiara built in Assisi, Umbria.
- 1268 – Chennakesava Temple at Somanathapura in India (Hoysala Empire) built.
- 1269 – Fakr ad-Din Mosque in the Sultanate of Mogadishu
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