1718 in architecture
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The year 1718 in architecture involved some significant events.
- In Pascagoula, Mississippi, the Old Spanish Fort is built.
- In Bengal, the mazar of Saint Shah Sultan Mahi Swar Balkhi is built, a single domed mosque.
- In Bavaria, Schloss Weißenstein is completed to the designs of Johann Dientzenhofer and Johann Lukas von Hildebrandt.
- In London, St Alfege Church, Greenwich, rebuilt by Nicholas Hawksmoor, is consecrated, the first completed work of the Commission for Building Fifty New Churches.
- The church of Santa Cristina, Turin, is completed under guidance of Filippo Juvarra.
- Temple in Shotover Park, Oxfordshire, an early example of Gothic Revival architecture in England.
- February – John Vardy, English neo-Palladian architect (died 1765)
- March 21 – Friedrich August Krubsacius, Dresden architect (died 1789)
- May 14 – Mario Gioffredo, Neapolitan architect, engineer and engraver (died 1785)