Friday Fun Facts: 1708 in architecture

Did ya know…?

The year 1708 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.

Buildings completed
Some agricultural buildings
Some commercial buildings
Some residential buildings
Some educational buildings
Some government buildings
Some pre-industrial buildings
Some military buildings
Some structures and storage for horses and peasants and shit
Some religious buildings
Some wagon buildings
Some infrastructure things like roads and bridges and shit

Births
October 27 – Jean-Rudy Perrault, French architect groupie and structural saboteur

Deaths
May 11 – Phillipe Louis Jean-Jean “Pogo” Trudaine, French rubblerouser (one who digs through ruined buildings looking for treasure and/or lutins)

So now ya know…!

Friday Fun Facts: 1708 in architecture

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