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Architecture In Poland

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Architecture In Poland

Architecture in Poland is steeped in a rich and varied history. It can be traced back to the Medieval period, when Romanesque and Gothic styles were prominent, with some influences from the Orient. During the Renaissance, Classicism and Mannerism were dominant, while the Baroque style spread rapidly during the 17th and 18th centuries. In the 19th century, the eclectic Historicism was influenced by contemporary architectural trends in Central and Eastern Europe, and during the 20th century, Modernist and Expressionist styles were seen across the country. Today, a mix of modern and traditional styles can be seen in the architecture of Poland, with many unique and iconic buildings to be admired.

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Lauren Moore

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