Architectural style

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Architectural style is the style of structures, such as buildings and bridges like modern or classical. One of the oldest groups to build most things in the same style were the Ancient Greeks between 7th and 4th century BC, who built in the classical style.

Some architectural styles include

<ref>"The Characteristics of 12 Architectural Styles From Antiquity to the Present Day". ArchDaily. 2018-08-13. Retrieved 2022-03-24.</ref

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