Victorian architecture

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Victorian architecture

  1. 1. By : Kaya DeRobbioVICTORIAN ARCHITECTURE
  2. 2. Houses Build very quickly Details were added later Many didn’t have bathrooms or kitchens Most were build with stone
  3. 3. Most popular style  The Greek Revival  Used for public buildingsThe Greek Revival style was much less popular when Victoriabecame Queen.
  4. 4. 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.
  5. 5. 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.
  6. 6. 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.
  7. 7. 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.
  8. 8. 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.
  9. 9. 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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