1706 in architecture
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The year 1706 in architecture involved some significant events.
- The dome of Les Invalides in Paris, France is completed.
- Ljubljana Cathedral, largely designed by Andrea Pozzo, is completed.
- Dominican Church and Convent of Assumption of Mary in Tarnobrzeg, Poland, is rebuilt.
- Church of St George the Martyr, Holborn, London, designed by Arthur Tooley, is completed.
- Yeni-Kale Ottoman Turkish fortress in the Crimea is completed under the guidance of Goloppo.
- March 4 – Lauritz de Thurah, Danish architect (died 1759)
- August 28 – Jan Bouman, Dutch architect working in Potsdam (died 1776)
- Mateus Vicente de Oliveira, Portuguese architect (died 1786)
- Thomas Gilbert, English architect (died 1776)