1703 in architecture
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The year 1703 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- May - Cabin of Peter the Great, built in three days by soldiers of the Semyonovsky Regiment.
- Cambrai Cathedral, France
- La Merced Cloister designed and constructed as part of a monastery in Mexico City by Juan de Herrera
- Stavenhagenhaus, Hamburg, Germany (dated from the arms above the main entrance door)
- Approximate date - Church of St. Anne, Kraków, Poland, designed by Tylman van Gameren, is completed
- February - Robert Morris, English architect and writer on architecture (died 1754)
- October 13 - Andrea Belli, Maltese architect and businessman (died 1772)
- December 11 - Giovanni Antonio Medrano, Italian architect (died 1760)
- Approximate date - Sir Thomas Robinson, 1st Baronet, English nobleman and amateur architect (d. 1777)
- February 16 - Lorenzo Gafà, Maltese Baroque architect and sculptor (born 1639)
- March 3 - Robert Hooke, English natural philosopher, architect and polymath (born 1635)
- December 27 - Thomas Cartwright, English architect (born c.1635)
- The Companion Guide to St Petersburg.
- Galindo, Carmen; Magdelena (2002). Mexico City Historic Center. Mexico City: Ediciones Nueva Guia. p. 76. ISBN 968-5437-29-7.
- "MEDRANO, Giovanni Antonio". Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani - Volume 73 (2009) (in Italian). Enciclopedia Italiana. Retrieved 20 February 2012.