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Friday, July 1, 2011

Friday's Architecture Moment

The oldest buildings in America:

Taos

1.  Taos Pueblo (1000 A.D.) (Taos, New Mexico)

2. Acoma Pueblo (1100 A.D.) (Cibola County, New Mexico)  

3. Cathedral of San Juan Bautista (1521) (San Juan, Puerto Rico)

4. La Fortaleza (1533) (San Juan, Puerto Rico)

5. Palace of the Governors (1610) (Santa Fe, New Mexico)

6.  San Miguel Mission (1610) (Santa Fe, New Mexico)

7. St. Luke's Church (1632) (Smithfield, Virginia)

8. Fairbanks House (1637) (Dedham, Massachusetts)

10. C. A. Nothnagle Log House (1638) (Gibbstown, New Jersey)

11. Jamestown Church (1639) (Jamestown Virginia)

 

Steve Clowney

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