1786 in architecture
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The year 1786 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
- Casa de Esteban de Luca, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
- Creaking Pagoda, Tsarskoe Selo, Russia, designed by Georg von Veldten.
- Golghar, Patna, India, built by Captain John Garstin. 
- Henley Bridge, designed by William Hayward of Shrewsbury, who died before construction had begun.
- Schloss Bellevue in Berlin, Germany, designed by Philipp Daniel Boumann.
- St. Catherine's Cathedral, Kherson, Ukraine, built by General Ivan Gannibal.
- January 23 - Auguste de Montferrand, French Neoclassical architect who worked primarily in Russia (died 1858)
- May 7 - John Watts, Irish military architect (died 1873)
- February 28 - John Gwynn, English architect and civil engineer (born 1713)
- October 20 - Humphrey Sturt, British architect (born c.1725)
- Golghar, 1888 Victoria & Albert Museum.
- "Destinations :: Patna".
- A choice of walks from Henley along the River Thames into the Chiltern Hills. Thames & Chilterns Walk. Chilterns Country, p.2. Chilterns Conservation Board. September, 2008
- http://russian-church.ru/viewpage.php?cat=kherson&page=7 Russian Church (Russian)]. Accessed 11 December 2013.