World Heritage Sites connected to 'Brick architecture':
Albi CathedralAmsterdam Canal Ring Several buildings, including the Beurs van BerlageAngkor Angkor's Pre Rup and Roluos complex are brick buildings.Anuradhapura Brick dagobasAranjuez The palace is made out of brickAustralian Convict Sites Hyde Park Barracks; linkAyutthaya Belfries belfru of Calais,Loos, Lille, Comines, Gravellines, Herentals, tielt, BincheBrugge Buddhist Vihara at Paharpur Bukhara Cracow Wawel Castle, Saint Florian's Gate, Trinity Church, Saint Mary's BasilicaDefence Line of Amsterdam Fort near Abcoude, Muiden FortressDengfeng Songyue Pagoda - "the earliest known Chinese brick pagoda" (wiki)Fagus Factory Flemish Béguinages Gamzigrad-Romuliana Opus latericium; linkGonbad-e Qâbus baked-brickGyeongju
Bunhwangsa (ºÐÈ²»ç) Temple was built in honor of Queen Seondeok (27th ruler of Silla, 632-647), who was the first female ruler of the Silla kingdom. Here you will find Mojeonseoktap, the oldest surviving stone pagoda from the Silla kingdom. A structure unlike any other, Mojeonseoktap is made of roughly-hewn stone bricks.Hwaseong Fortress "Use of brick as a building material for the fortress and employment of efficient pulleys and cranes were also due to the influence of Silhak (practical learning)." - wikiIndependence Hall Ir. D.F. Woudagemaal Itchan Kala Jesuit Block and Estancias of Córdoba Estancia of CaroyaKathmandu Valley Kinderdijk Walls of the windmills are made of brickKunya-Urgench Gutluk-Temir MinaretLübeck Mahabodhi Temple Complex "The site has had significant influence in the development of brick architecture over the centuries"Malbork Castle Mantua and Sabbioneta Most of its architecture (Sant'Andrea, Pallazo di Tè) is made out of brick, sometimes covered with stucco, as there is no natural stone in this regionMasjed-e Jâme' masterpiece of Seljuq brick architecture (AB ev)Minaret of Jam Mining Sites of Wallonia Le Grand HornuMir Castle Moenjodaro Unbaked brickMount Emei, including Leshan Giant Buddha "Also here is the Wuliang Zhuandian (Beamless Brick Hall),
an exceptional 16th century domed brick building that has survived many earthquakes without Collapse and is
important for the study of ancient Chinese building design and construction." (AB evaluation)Mount Wutai Manjusri Hall of Xiantong Temple, early brick buiding in China Ping Yao - most of the City were built in brickMudejar Architecture of Aragon
The use of brick is one of the characteristics of Mudéjar, for example in its towersNord-Pas de Calais Mining Basin Plantin-Moretus Museum Polonnaruva Rangkot Vihara and QuadrangleQutb Minar The world's tallest brick minaret Residence of Bukovinian and Dalmatian Metropolitans Constructed in red brickResidences of the Royal House of Savoy Palazzo Carignano, Castello del Valentino and courtyard of Palazzo RealeRiga St Mary's Dome, Saint Peter's Church, Saint Jacob's Church, Saint John's Church, House of the BlackheadsRoskilde Cathedral Routes of Santiago de Compostela in France Basilica of St. Sernin, ToulouseSchokland Church of MiddelbuurtStralsund and Wismar Thang Long Flag towerTorun Tower of London The 13th-century Beauchamp Tower marks the first large scale use of brick as a building material in Britain, since the 5th-century departure of the Romans (wiki)Town Hall and Roland, Bremen Town HallVerla Groundwood and Board Mill Replaced the wood after fires in 1876 and 1892Vilnius Church of St. Anne, Saint Francis' Church, Saint Nicholas' Church, Upper CastleWest Lake Liuhe Pagoda is one of the best-preserved brick andwood
pagodas extant in China. Originally built in 970
AD, the inner brick core is the result of a reconstruction
in 1165.Zollverein several main buildings are made in dark brown bricks
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