1805 in architecture
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The year 1805 in architecture involved some significant events.
- November 26 – The Ellesmere Canal's Pontcysyllte Aqueduct, designed by Thomas Telford and William Jessop, is opened on the border of Wales, the tallest and longest in Britain.
- Theatre Royal, Bath, England is opened.
- Evangelical Lutheran Church of Saint Mary in Saint Petersburg is built.
- Haga Palace in Stockholm, Sweden, designed by Carl Christoffer Gjörwell, is completed.
- June 9 – Victor Baltard, French architect (d. 1874)
- July 26 – John Miller, Scottish railway civil engineer (d. 1883)
- Peter Ellis, English architect working in Liverpool (d. 1884)
- James Salmon, Scottish architect (d. 1888)
- Rolt, L. T. C. (1958). Thomas Telford. London: Longmans, Green.