Neoclassical Places

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1-11, Belgrave Square SW11-11, Belgrave Square SW1
London, England, UK

Grand terrace of houses. Circa 1825. George Basevi. Stucco. Roofs not visible. Graeco-Roman style. One of four grand terraces facing Belgrave Square.

Almudena CathedralAlmudena Cathedral
Madrid, Spain

Dating from the late 19th and 20th centuries, Madrid's cathedral is very new by European standards and its traditional-meets-modern design reflects its youth.

British MuseumBritish Museum
London, England, England, UK

One of the largest and best museums in the world, the British Museum displays a wide variety of important artifacts, among them the famous Rosetta Stone and Elgin Marbles.

Buckingham PalaceBuckingham Palace
London, England, UK

Originally built as a mansion for the Duke of Buckingham in 1705, this grand palace has been the official London residence of the British monarchy since 1837.

Cadiz CathedralCadiz Cathedral

This Andalusian cathedral was built in the 18th century in the High Baroque style. It is topped by a golden-tiled dome; inside, it is decorated entirely in stone.

Washington, USA

The meeting place of the United States Congress (House and Senate), the Capitol Building was begun under President George Washington in 1793. It is probably the most famous building in the United States.