1710 in architecture
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The year 1710 in architecture involved some significant events.
- Cathedral of Saint Virgin Mary, Minsk.
- Fifth Chapel of Versailles completed by Robert de Cotte.
- Granada Cathedral completed.
- Yeni Valide Mosque, Istanbul, completed.
- Karlskirche (Kassel), designed by Paul du Ry, built.
- Paoay Church on Luzon in the Philippines completed.
- Gravisi–Barbabianca Palace, Capodistria, rebuilt.
- Mansion House, Dublin, Ireland, built as a private residence.
- Ca' Pesaro on the Grand Canal (Venice) completed by Gian Antonio Gaspari to the 1659 design of Baldassarre Longhena.
- July 1 – Esprit-Joseph Brun, French architect (died 1802)
- Approximate date – Antonio Rinaldi, Italian-born architect (died 1794)
- January 1 – William Bruce, Scottish architect (born c.1630)
- December 10 – Robert Mylne, Scottish stonemason and architect (born 1633)
- December 14 – Henry Aldrich, English polymath and amateur architect (born 1647)
- "Palača Gravisi – Barbabianca (1710–2010)" (in Slovenian). Glasbena šola Koper. Retrieved 2012-06-03.