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Brick Expressionism is a specific variant of expressionist architecture using bricks, tiles or clinker bricks as the main façade material. Buildings were erected in this style mostly in the 1920s in Germany (Ruhr Area and large cities in Northern Germany) and the Netherlands (Amsterdam School).

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# Name Country
1 Anzeigerhochhaus Germany
2 Borsig Tower Germany
3 Cäcilienbrücke Germany
4 Chilehaus Germany
5 Christkönigskirche Germany
6 Church of the Holy Cross Germany
7 GHH Main Warehouse Germany
8 Grundtvig's Church Denmark
9 Hans-Sachs-Haus Germany
10 Haus des Rundfunks Germany

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