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Brandenburg Gate and the Quadriga, Berlin

Langhans, Carl Gotthard (1732-1808)
NOTES: The gate was designed by Carl Gotthard Langans in 1799-1791.The sculpture of the Quadriga with Viktoria above the gate was made by Johann Gottfried Schadow and added in 1793.

Carlton House Terrace, St James's, London: the colonnaded south facade of the West Terrace with the East Terrace in the background

Nash, John (1752-1835)
NOTES: Carlton House Terrace, built in 1827-1833, refers to a street in St James's and in particular to twin terraces of white stucco-faced houses, the East and West Terraces, on the south side on The Mall overlooking St James's Park.

Priest walking along the colonnade, St Peter's Square, Rome

Bernini, Gian Lorenzo (1598-1680)
NOTES: Piazza San Pietro is partly enclosed by two semi-circular colonnades, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini in 1656-1667.

Monreale Cathedral, Sicily: the cloisters with columns decorated with mosaics or reliefs

NOTES: This cathedral is one of the finest extant examples of Norman architecture in the world.

Leeds Town Hall

Brodrick, Cuthbert (1822-1905)

Louvre, Paris: the east facade with the colonnade

Le Vau, Louis (1612-1670)
NOTES: The eastern wing of the Palais du Louvre, commissioned by Louis XIV, was designed by Claude Perrault and executed in 1665-1680. The royal residence moved to Verasilles in 1678 and the Louvre became an art gallery.

National Museum, Dublin

T. N. Deane & Son

Egyptian Halls, 84-100 Union Street, Glasgow

Thomson, Alexander 'Greek' (1817-1875)

Temple of Olympian Zeus, Sanctuary of Olympian Zeus (Olympieion), Athens

NOTES: The Temple of Olympian Zeus dates from the 6th century BC with further work no later than the 4th century BC. In 174BC work was restarted using a Roman architect who substituted the Corinthian order for the columns. The temple was finally completed by the emperor Hadrian who dedicated it in 130AD.