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.... Built Works (CONA facet)
........ <A> (14)
........ <B> (11)
........ <C> (27)
1. ............ Carclew House
(country house; probably by Thomas Edwards (British architect, died 1775); ca. 1720s-1750s, additions late 18th-early 19th centuries; Mylor Bridge (Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
2. ............ Case Study House No. 21
(house; Pierre Koenig (American architect, active in Los Angeles, 1925-2004); 1958-1959; commissioned in early 1957; renovated 1998)
3. ............ Castel Sant'Angelo
(fortress; unknown Italian (architect); 135-139 CE; Rome (Roma, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
4. ............ Cathedral of Naples
(cathedral (building); unknown Italian (architects); ca. 1294-1313; Naples (Napoli, Campania, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
5. ............ Cathedral of Saint John at 's-Hertogenbosch
(cathedral (building); unknown Netherlandish architect, 16th century; 16th century)
6. ............ Catheédrale Saint-Etienne de Bourges
(cathedral (building); stained glass by André Beauneveu (South Netherlandish sculptor, painter, and illuminator, ca. 1335-ca. 1401); groundbreaking 1195, completed ca. 1230; Bourges Cathedral (Centre, France, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
7. ............ Chartres Cathedral
(cathedral (building); unknown French ; construction was begun in 1194, consecrated in 1260; parts of earlier Romanesque building remain)
8. ............ Château de Chambord
(ch$03ateaux; Designed by Domenico da Cortona (Italian architect and woodworker, ca. 1470-ca. 1549, active in France), built for Francis I, King of France (French king, 1494-1547); constructed 1519-1547; Chambord (Centre, France, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
9. ............ Château de Montceaux
(royal residence; unknown French (architect); Salomon de Brosse (French architect, ca. 1571-1626); 16th century; Montceaux-lès-Meaux (Île-de-France, France, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
10. ............ Château de Sceaux
(ch$03ateau; unknown French (architect); 17th century (original); 1856-1862 (reconstruction; Sceaux, Château de (Île-de-France, France, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
11. ............ Château de Versailles
(palace; various architects, under Louis XIII and Louis XVI; begun 1631, enlarged 1643-1715)
Descriptive: Palace of Versailles
12. ............ Château de Vincennes
(fortress; unknown French (architects); 12th-14th centuries; Vincennes (Île-de-France, France, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
13. ............ Chayasomesvara temple
(temple (building); unknown Telingana; 950 CE (inscribed); Telugu Codas of Kandurunadu)
14. ............ Chiesa dei Girolamini
(church (building); Giovanni Antonio Dosio (Italian architect and sculptor, 1533-1609); Dionisio di Bartolomeo (Italian architect, 1559-1638); Ferdinando Fuga (Italian architect, 1699 - ca. 1782); Cosimo Fanzago (Italian architect, sculptor, and interior designer, 1591-1678); Giuseppe Sanmartino (Italian sculptor, born ca. 1720, died 1793); 1592-1619, renovated 1780; Naples (Napoli, Campania, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
15. ............ Chiesa del Gesù
(church (building); Jacopo da Vignola (Italian architect, painter, and theorist, 1507-1573); Giacomo della Porta (Italian architect, sculptor, 1532/1533-1602 or 1604 ); 1568-1575; Rome (Roma, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
16. ............ Chiesa del Gesù
(church (building); Giovanni Tristano (Italian architect and clergyman, ca. 1520-1575); 1564; Palermo (Palermo, Sicilia, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
17. ............ Chiesa della Santissima Annunziata o dei Greci uniti
(church (building); Alessandro Pieroni (Italian architect, ca.1550-1607); 1601-1606; Livorno (Livorno, Toscana, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
18. ............ Chiesa del Santissimo Sudario dei Piemontesi
(church (building); Carlo di Castellamonte (Italian architect and engineer, 1560-ca. 1641); Carlo Rainaldi (Italian architect, 1611-1691); 1604-1605; Rome (Roma, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
19. ............ Chiesa di San Lorenzo in Damaso
(church (building); unknown Italian (architect); 15th century; Rome (Roma, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
20. ............ Christiansborg slotskirke
(palace; Thorvald Jørgensen (Danish architect, 1876-1946); 1907-1928; Copenhagen (Hovedstaden, Danmark, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
21. ............ Church of Saint Bavo
(church (building); Godevaert de Bosscher (Dutch architect, active 16th century); Steven van Afflighem (Dutch architect, active 16th century) (nave); Evert van Antwerpen (Dutch architect, active 16th century) (transept); construction in mid- to late 15th century; Haarlem (Noord-Holland, Nederland, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
22. ............ Church of the Holy Sepulchre
(church (building); unknown (architects); 1810 (present structure); Jerusalem (Yerushalayim, Yisra'el, Asia, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
23. ............ Church of the Holy Sepulchre
(church (building); unknown architect, restored by Anthony Salvin (British architect, 1799-1881) ; constructed 1120-1140, additions in 15th century, restored 1841; Cambridge (Cambridgeshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
24. ............ Cloaca Maxima
(sewer (drainage structure); unknown Italian (architects); ca. 6th century BCE, with periodic renovations; Rome (Roma, Lazio, Italia, Europe, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))
25. ............ Colossi of Memnon
(statues; unknown Ancient Egyptian (architects); ; ca. 1350 BCE; Thebes, Necropolis of (Thebes, Qinā, Miṣr, Africa, World, Top of the TGN hierarchy))

........ <D> (11)
........ <E> (9)
........ <F> (5)
........ <G> (13)
........ <H> (8)
........ <J> (3)
........ <K> (6)
........ <L> (6)
........ <M> (8)
........ <N> (6)
........ <O> (3)
........ <P> (6)
........ <Q> (1)
........ <R> (9)
........ <S> (17)
........ <T> (8)
........ <U> (1)
........ <V> (3)
........ <W> (3)
........ <Y> (2)
........ <Z> (1)
.... Movable Works (CONA facet)
........ <1> (3)
........ <2> (1)
........ <8> (1)
........ <A> (301)
........ <B> (117)
........ <C> (193)
........ <D> (112)
........ <E> (90)
........ <F> (124)
........ <G> (104)
........ <H> (88)
........ <I> (66)
........ <J> (50)
........ <K> (37)
........ <L> (340)
........ <M> (150)
........ <N> (34)
........ <O> (50)
........ <P> (317)
........ <Q> (5)
........ <R> (70)
........ <S> (262)
........ <T> (353)
........ <U> (17)
........ <V> (75)
........ <W> (65)
........ <Y> (7)
........ <Z> (3)
.... Visual Surrogates (CONA facet)
........ <F> (1)
........ <R> (1)
........ <S> (1)
.... Conceptual Works (CONA facet)
........ <T> (1)
.... Unidentified Named Works (CONA facet)
........ <U> (2)

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