7th century in architecture
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- 605 – Completion of
- 607 – Hōryū-ji (法隆寺) in Nara, Japan, built for the first time.
- 611 – Four Gates Pagoda (四門塔) in Sui dynasty China is completed.
- 613 – Abbey of Saint Gall in Switzerland founded.
- 618 – St. Hripsime Church in Echmiadzin, Armenia built.
- 635 – Convent on Lindisfarne, off the coast of Bernicia (north east England), founded.
- 636 – Xumi Pagoda (須彌塔) in Zhengding, Tang dynasty China, built.
- 640 – Daqin Pagoda (大秦塔) in Chang'an, Tang dynasty China, completed.
- 642 – Mosque of Amr ibn al-As in Fustat, Umayyad Egypt, begun.
- 646 – Hwangnyongsa pagoda completed.
- c. 650 – San Juan de Baños, Palencia in Visigothic Spain founded (consecrated in 661).
- 654 – Jumièges Abbey in Normandy founded.
- 663 – Penglai Palace in Chang'an, capital of Tang dynasty China, first occupied.
- 669 – Kōfuku-ji (興福寺) Buddhist temple in Yamashina, Japan, first constructed.
- c. 670 – City of Kairouan in Tunisia and its Great Mosque founded.
- after 673 – Crypt of San Antolin in Palencia, Visigothic Spain.
- 674 – Monkwearmouth-Jarrow Abbey in Northumbria founded.
- 680 – Yakushi-ji (薬師寺) Buddhist temple first built in Fujiwara-kyō, capital of Asuka period Japan.
- c. 680
- c. 682 – Work begin on the construction of Fujiwara-kyō (藤原京) as the future capital of Japan (694-710).
- 683 – Temple of Inscriptions built in the Maya city of Palenque.
- 684 – Qianling Mausoleum (乾陵) near Chang'an, Tang dynasty China, completed.
- 685 to 691 – Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, Umayyad Empire, built.
- 692 – Temple of the Cross built in the Maya city of Palenque.
- 698 – Abbey of Echternach in Luxembourg founded.
- Second half of 7th century – Saint Frutuoso Chapel in Braga, Visigothic Kingdom, built.
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