Georgian architecture is the name given in most English-speaking countries to the set of architectural styles current between 1720 and 1840. It was widely disseminated in the English colonies of the time.
|Antigua Naval Dockyard
|"The site consists of a group of Georgian-style naval buildings and structures" (UNESCO)
|Australian Convict Sites
|Old Government House and Domain, Parramatta "The site is arranged around Government House and its gardens. It is a Georgian-style mansion with a central section and two asymmetrical wings erected some years later."
|Buildings at Old Town and the Garrison are in a style called Caribbean Georgian: "simple symmetrical buildings with many features borrowed from the English Georgian but with overhanging first floor verandas that reflect the hot and humid climate"
|City of Bath
|Circus, Royal Crescent
|Church of St. George in Old Fortress is described as 'Georgian' style
|Derwent Valley Mills
|Great Spa Towns of Europe
|Bath: "The spa city is celebrated for its exceptional Georgian town planning, Palladian architectural ensembles, squares and crescents." (Nomination File, p. 272)
|Melaka and George Town
|George Town, Penang's Suffolk House
|Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and Canal
|Some purpose-built houses for the engineers like Scotch Hall and Wood Bank.
|Studley Royal Park
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