Category:Neo-Byzantine architecture

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English: Neo-Byzantine architecture is an architectural revival style, of the mid- to late 19th and early 20th centuries, most frequently seen in religious, institutional and public buildings. Neo-Byzantine architecture incorporates elements of the Byzantine style associated with Eastern and Orthodox Christian architecture dating from the 5th through 11th centuries, notably that of Byzantium (Constantinople, or modern-day Istanbul).
Español: La arquitectura neobizantina es un estilo arquitectónico de la segunda mitad del siglo XIX e inicios del siglo XX. Fue empleada principalmente en edificios públicos y religiosos.


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