Houses Build very quickly Details were added later Many didn’t have bathrooms or kitchens Most were build with stone
Most popular style The Greek Revival Used for public buildingsThe Greek Revival style was much less popular when Victoriabecame Queen.
Victorian Era styles Stick Houses Richardsonian Romanesque This is a house of the Second This house was build in 1891 and is the Richarsonian Romanesque style. East lake Empire style. Octagon Style Folk Victorian This is a house with the stick house style, they are much smaller than other styles.
More styles Italianate Gothic Revival Queen Anne This building is the Gothic Revival style. Second Empire Shingle StyleThis is house of the Queen Anne style. This house is a second empire style.
Most Famous Victorian Churches All Saints, Margate Street St. Andrews Church, Surbiton Brompton Oratory St. Stephens Chapel, Houses of Parliament St. Mary Abbots Church, KensingtonThis is St. Mary Abbot’s Church.
Most famous Victorian palaces andtheaters Buckingham Palace Carlton House (Royal Palace before c. 1820) Kensington Palace Sitemap for London theatres Albery Theatre The Crystal Palace The Criterion Theatre This is Buckingham Palace.
Famous museums and monuments Museums and other Cultural Institutions (sitemap) British Museum Dulwich Picture Gallery Imperial War Museum Albert Memorial The Victoria Memorial Hyde Park Gate Marble Arch Wellington (or Constitution) Arch This is the Albert Memorial.
Universities and schoolbuildings Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine Old Royal Naval College Imperial Institute Kings College, London This is the Old Royal Naval College This is Imperial Institute.
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