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Old May 31st, 2012, 11:55 PM   #201
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the french architecture is influenced by the italian architecture
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Old June 1st, 2012, 12:12 AM   #202
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Only a part of it, indeed..
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Old June 1st, 2012, 01:13 AM   #203
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all european architecture is influenced by greek architecture
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Old June 1st, 2012, 01:17 AM   #204
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all european architecture is influenced by greek architecture
La Arquitectura italiana tiene origen en las construcciones que llevaron a cabo los etruscos, pueblo itálico situado en las regiones de Toscana, Umbría y Lazio. Poblaron la península desde el siglo VIII hasta el V antes de Cristo. Los Etruscos aprenden las técnicas de edificación griega mas no la copian pero ellos crean y evolucionan a un estilo propio: el toscano. Este será posteriormente de gran influencia en el desarrollo de la arquitectura del Imperio Romano. Las construcciones de este pueblo dan prioridad a la utilidad que el edificio presta al ciudadano común. Emplea estructuras sencillas, arcos de medio punto, columnas lisas y capiteles tradicionales.

por supuesto que no visto que grecia no tiene arquitectura renacentista ni medieval no tiene mas que la de la grecia antigua , dime en donde ves edificios y centros historicos en grecia ?

en la grecia antigua unicamente , la grecia del año 1000 en adelante no hizo nada y no producio nada

la arquitectura mundial evoluciono en la antigua roma en donde nacio el barroco y muchos otros estilos de los que hoy se conocen , tambien en venecia donde crecio y se fundo el pre gotico y el veneciano , sin hablar de florencia que de ahi partio el renacimiento y la arquitectura que hoy conocemos en todo el mundo

las cupolas , las columnas de hoy son todas de la antigua roma

los mejores y mas famosos arquitectos de la antiguedad eran todos italianos

40% de lo que hoy es francia antes era italia por lo cual tiene mucha arquitectura italiana

40 % de lo que hoy es croazia era italia por lo que tambien tiene arquitectura italiana

sin hablar de malta y algunas islas griegas que tienen arquitectura italiana

asi que todo el mundo occidental se basa en italia , igual tu pais mexico su arquitectura española es parte de la italiana

lo unico que influencio grecia fue en la arquitectura antigua por supuesto

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Old June 1st, 2012, 01:26 AM   #206
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La arquitectura de Italia, a menudo llamada arquitectura italiana, se refiera a todas las formas de este arte en Italia. Italia posee muchos y muy diversos estilos arquitectónicos, que no pueden ser clasificados de forma simple por periodo, sino que también tienen que ser clasificados por región, debido a la división de Italia en diversas ciudades estado y territorios hasta 1861. Así, se han creado una serie de diseños arquitectónicos distintos y eclécticos. Italia es conocida por sus enormes avances técnicos en arquitectura,3 como lo fueron la construcción de arcos, cúpulas y estructuras similares durante el Imperio romano, la creación del Renacimiento arquitectónico a finales del siglo XIV, siendo el país de origen del Palladianismo, un estilo constructivo que inspiró movimientos como la arquitectura neoclásica e influenció el diseño de las casas de campo de ricoshombres en el Reino Unido, Australia y Estados Unidos en los siglos XVII hasta principios del XX. Varios de los mejores trabajos de la arquitectura occidental, como el Coliseo, la Catedral de Milán, la Catedral de Florencia y muchos de los edificios de Venecia están en Italia. Se ha estimado que Italia posee un total de 100.000 monumentos de todos los tipos (museos, palacios, estatuas, iglesias, galerías de arte, villas, fuentes, casas históricas y restos arqueológicos).4
La arquitectura de Italia también ha tenido una profunda influencia en la arquitectura mundial. La expresión «arquitectura italianizante» o «a la italiana», popular en Europa desde el siglo XIV hasta mediados del XX, era empleada para describir arquitectura extranjera que se hacía siguiendo los gustos y estilos italianos.
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I agree, the Notre-Dame d'Afrique Basilica is not "French influenced", it's simply French (since it was built and designed by the French)

It was built in order to be the African "counterpart" of the Notre-Dame de la Garde Basilica in Marseille, on the other side of the Med. sea :





A bit like the Saint-Louis Cathedral in Carthage (Tunis metro area),which is even more "recent" AFAIK:

wow the basilique in tunisie is really amazing
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Old June 1st, 2012, 03:34 AM   #208
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wow the basiliqueCathedral in TunisCarthage is really amazing
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Varios de los mejores trabajos de la arquitectura occidental, como el Coliseo, la Catedral de Milán, la Catedral de Florencia y muchos de los edificios de Venecia están en Italia.
It is interesting that two of the examples you chose here are gothic/medieval structures: The cathedrals of Milan and Florence. Gothic as you probably know did not originate in Italy. However, it is possible to talk about an Italian gothic.
They are not mere copies of French models.

The case of French classicism is similar, inspired by Italian examples but never copies.
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Bucharest has been dubbed "The Little Pairs"
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Old June 1st, 2012, 04:09 PM   #211
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Yes, there are many buildings in Bucharest which were built, and inspired by french architecture

Hotel TUBEUF - Paris
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Paris, hôtel Tubeuf (1634, Jean Thiriot) by Marie-Hélène Cingal, on Flickr

Palace of the Ministry of Agriculture - Bucharest

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Old June 1st, 2012, 04:42 PM   #212
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Old July 8th, 2012, 05:58 AM   #214
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A French Renaissance style hotel in Manila is presently being restored..
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Wow this building in Melbourne is ... yellow :P
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CST is the best heritage architecture

I guess Victoria Terminus is the best heritage architecture in the world.
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Old July 13th, 2012, 10:46 PM   #218
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Although inspired in other styles what we call French architecture is clearly a very peculiar and diverse style from others.
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