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Richardsonian Romanesque Architecture

Richardsonian Romanesque is a style of Neo-romanesque or Romanesque revival architecture named after Henry Hobson Richardson (1838-1886) who freely mixed 11th and 12th century southern French, Spanish and Italian Romanesque elements to create his own personal style which later copied by other architects most of which had worked in this office. The style originated in the northeastern United States and was later used as far west as Chicago and in Canada.

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# Name Country
1 365 Jay Street United States of America
2 Alexander Hall United States of America
3 Allegheny County Courthouse United States of America
4 Allston Depot United States of America
5 Austin Hall United States of America
6 Boulder Railroad Depot United States of America
7 Buffalo Psychiatric Center - Administration Building United States of America
8 Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal United States of America
9 Chestnut Hill High-Service Pumping Station United States of America
10 First Baptist Church United States of America

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