Palladio and Palladian style
Andrea Palladio was a 16th century Italian architect. The Palladian style, named after him, is based on symmetry, perspective and classical Greek and Roman temple architecture.
|Australian Convict Sites||Old Government House Extensions|
|Beemster Polder||Rectangular road layout|
|Blenheim Palace||Great Bridge|
|City of Bath||Palladian Bridge in Prior Park|
|Garden Kingdom of Dessau-Wörlitz||Wörlitz castle|
|Great Spa Towns of Europe||"The spa city [of Bath] is celebrated for its exceptional Georgian town planning, Palladian architectural ensembles, squares and crescents", with the "Royal Crescent (1767-75) (...) by Wood the Younger (the triumph of Palladian architecture in England)". "Villa Artemis was built in 1875 after a project of the builder Konrad Eckel, it is one of the purest examples of Neo-Palladianism in Karlovy Vary." "Villa Patriot [in Mariánské Lázně] belongs among the most characteristic examples of Palladian buildings in the villa architecture of the West Bohemian spas." (Nomination File, p. 69, 140, 162, 272)|
|Longobards in Italy||The Archaeological museum pf Cividale is situated in the "Palazzo dei Provveditori Veneti". This was "designed by Andrea Palladio and built between 1565 and 1596" See -|
|Maritime Greenwich||Queens house|
|Prague||Černín Palace - "decorated with thirty Palladian half-columns"|
|Royal Saltworks of Arc-et-Senans||Palladian pediments at the white stone buildings|
|St. Petersburg||Tauride Palace, State Bank and Hermitage Theatre in Saint Petersburg, Palladian Bridge and Saint Sophia's Church in Pu?kin, Palace in Pavlovo|
|Studley Royal Park||One of the follies in the park is palladian style banqueting house|
|Venice and its Lagoon||Redentore Church; San Giorgio Maggiore Church, Cloister and Refectory; Zitelle Church; Facade of San Pietro di Castello Church; San Francesco della Vigna Church; Convent of the Charity; Few Rooms in the Ducal Palace|
|Verona||Dalla Torre Palace|
|Vicenza and the Palladian Villas|
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