"Architectural style started strangely in England" crossword clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 02 May 2023

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The architectural style in England has been a source of intrigue for many centuries. It began strangely in the early 1700s, when a mix of styles from the Classical, Gothic, and Baroque eras began to be used in the construction of buildings. This eclectic mix of styles has remained popular in England ever since, and continues to be seen in the architecture of the present day.

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