1804 in architecture
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The year 1804 in architecture involved some significant events.
- May 21 - Père Lachaise Cemetery in Paris, laid out by Alexandre-Théodore Brongniart, is opened.
- August 28 - Cathedral of the Holy Trinity (Quebec), designed by Major William Robe and Captain William Hall, is consecrated.
- The Government House in the Bahamas is completed.
- Montevideo Metropolitan Cathedral in Uruguay is consecrated.
- Dalongdong Baoan Temple in Taipei, Taiwan, is completed.
- The Pont des Arts in Paris, designed by Louis-Alexandre de Cessart and Jacques Dillon, is completed.
- Rostokino Aqueduct for Moscow water supply is completed by Colonel Ivan Gerard to the designs of Friedrich Wilhelm Bauer.
- Grand Prix de Rome, architecture: Jules Lesueur.
- February 7 - William Tinsley, Irish architect working in the United States (died 1885)
- March 1 - John Henderson, Scottish ecclesiastical architect (died 1862)
- March 13 - Thomas Allom, English architect (died 1872)
- September 4 - Thomas Ustick Walter, American architect (died 1887)
- November 3 - Alexander Dick Gough, English architect (died 1871)
- December 19 - George Townsend Andrews, English architect known for railway stations in Yorkshire (died 1855)
- John S. Norris, American architect (died 1876)