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Architects from European countries were invited to build Western-style official
and public buildings in Tokyo and other cities. Josiah Conder, an Englishman,
was particularly instrumental in the development of Western-style architecture in
Parallels in style can be seen in harness discs found from England to Russia.
The Celtic style continued as a folk art when the regions became Roman
provinces and acquired a renewed vigour in the 2nd-3rd century ad. In Britain in
the 1st ...
As a result, there are slight hints of the Renaissance style in the Flemish
architecture of the early 16th century, as in the palace of Margaret of Austria, now
the Palais de Justice (1507- 25), at Mechelen (Malines), completed by Rombout
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