1160s in architecture
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|1150s . 1160s in architecture . 1170s|
- About 1160 – Rebuilding of Notre-Dame of Laon began.
- 1160 – Rebuilding of Caen Cathedral begun.
- 1160 – Notley Abbey is founded and the Augustinian Monastery built.
- 1125 – Al Salih Tala'i Mosque built in Cairo, Fatimid Caliphate.
- 1162 – Coimbra Cathedral begun.
- 1163 – Thousand Pillar Temple of Warangal built in the Kakatiya Empire.
- 1163 – Rebuilding of Notre Dame in Paris begun.
- 1164 – Golden Gate (Vladimir) completed.
- 1165 – Liuhe Pagoda of Hangzhou, China rebuilt.
- 1165 – Dhammayangyi Temple built in Bagan, Pagan Kingdom.
- 1167 – Nore stave church, Norway built.
Dhammayangyi Paya, Bagan, Myanmar.jpg
Dhammayangyi Temple, Bagan (1165)
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