1730 in architecture
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The year 1730 in architecture involved some significant events.
- Annenhof Palace in the Lefortovo District of Moscow, designed by Francesco Bartolomeo Rastrelli.
- The Column of Victory at Blenheim Palace in England, designed by Roger Morris and Henry Herbert, is completed.
- Zeughaus (arsenal, modern-day Deutsches Historisches Museum) on Unter den Linden in Berlin (Prussia), to a design originated by Johann Arnold Nering in 1695 (the year of his death) and continued successively by Martin Grünberg, Andreas Schlüter and Jean de Bodt, is completed.
- Senate House (University of Cambridge), designed by James Gibbs and James Burrough, is completed.
- St Anne's Limehouse, designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, and St Paul's, Deptford, designed by Thomas Archer, are completed for the Commission for Building Fifty New Churches in London; and Hawksmoor's St. George's, Bloomsbury, is consecrated.
- February 6 – Januarius Zick, German painter and architect (d. 1797)
- February 22 – Domenico Merlini, Polish-Italian architect (d. 1797)
- date unknown – Marie-Joseph Peyre, French architect (d. 1785)
- December 31 – Carlo Gimach, Maltese architect, engineer and poet (b. 1651)
- date unknown – Leonardo de Figueroa, Spanish architect (b. c.1650)
- "The Park and Walks". Blenheim Palace. Retrieved 2012-11-14.