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Altes Museum, by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, at Berlin, Germany, 1823 to 1830.

American Academy in Rome, by McKim, Mead, and White, at Rome, Italy, 1913.

Arch of Severus, by unknown, at Rome, Italy, 205.

Arch of Titus, by unknown, at Rome, Italy, 81.

Baker Public Library, by unknown, at Baker, Oregon, 1909 to 1914.

Baltimore Cathedral, by Benjamin Henry Latrobe, at Baltimore, Maryland, 1806 or 1814 to 1818.

Bibliotheque Nationale, by Henri Labrouste, at Paris, France, 1862 to 1868.

Burn Hall, by Sir John Soane, at England, 1785.

Casino at Marino, by William Chambers, at Marino, Dublin, Ireland, 1754.

Central Park, by Frederick Law Olmsted, at New York, New York, 1853 to 1878, to present.

Circus at Bath, by John Wood, at Bath, England, 1754.

Dulwich Gallery, by Sir John Soane, at London, England, 1811 to 1814.

Faneuil Hall, by Charles Bulfinch, at Boston, Massachusetts, 1762, 1805.

Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, by Giuseppe Mengoni, at Milan, Italy, 1861 designed, built 1865 to 1877.

Green Park Ranger's House, by Robert Adams, at England, 1768.

Hadrian's Summertime Theater, by unknown, at Tivoli, Italy, 125 to 135.

Hadrian's Villa, by unknown, at Tivoli, Italy, about 120.

Helsinki Library, by Carl Ludvig Engel, at Helsinki, Finland, 1840.

Hotel de Beauvais, by Antoine le Pautre, at Paris, France, 1656.

House of Menander, by unknown, at Pompeii, Italy, -300.

House of the Faun, by unknown, at Pompeii, Italy, -100.

Hunting Lodge, by Karl Friedrich Schinkel, at Antonin, Poland, 1822.

Le Petit Trianon, by Ange-Jacques Gabriel, at Versailles, France, 1762 to 1768.

Library at Ephesus, by unknown, at Ephesus, Turkey, 117 to 120.

Low Library, by McKim, Mead and White, at New York, New York, 1903.

Market in Leptis Magna, by unknown, at Libya, North Africa, -8.

Massachusetts State House, by Charles Bulfinch, at Boston, Massachusetts, 1795 to 1797.

Mausoleum of S. Costanza, by unknown, at Rome, Italy, 350.

Mosque of Sultan Ahmed, by Sedefkar Mehmed Aga, at Istanbul, Turkey, 1610 to 1616.

Mount Vernon, by Lawrence and George Washington, at Mount Vernon, Virginia, 1743, remodeled 1754 to circa 1780.

Nebraska State Capitol, by Bertram Goodhue, at Lincoln, Nebraska, 1924.

North Carolina State Capitol, by Town and Davis, at Raleigh, North Carolina, 1833 to 1840.

Pantheon, by unknown, at Rome, Italy, 118 to 126.

Pennsylvania Station, by McKim, Mead, and White, at New York, New York, 1910.

Piazza of St. Peter's, by Bernini, at Vatican City, surrounded by Rome, Italy, 1656 to 1667.

Police Headquarters, by Hack Kampmann, at Copenhagen, Denmark, 1918 to 1924.

Poplar Forest, by Thomas Jefferson, at Forest, near Lynchburg, Virginia, 1806.

The Reichstag, by Paul Wallot, Norman Foster, at Berlin, Germany, 1884 to 1894, 1957 to 1972, 1995 to 1999.

Rhode Island State Capitol, by McKim, Mead, and White, at Providence, Rhode Island, 1895 to 1903.

Roman Colosseum, by unknown, at Rome, Italy, 70 to 82.

Soane Museum, by Sir John Soane, at London, England, 1812 to 1834.

Somerset House, by William Chambers, at London, England, 1776 to 1786.

Statue of Liberty, by Frederic Bartholdi, at Liberty Island, New York, New York, 1884 to 1886.

Stourhead Garden, by Henry Hoare II and Henry Flitcroft, at Stourton, England, 1741 to 1765.

Temple of Apollo (2nd), by Paeonis and Daphnis, at Didyma, near Miletus, Turkey, -310.

Temple of Venus and Rome, by Hadrian, at Rome, Italy, 123 to 135.

Temple of the Scottish Rite, by John Russell Pope, at Washington, D.C., 1910.

Tendering Hall, by Sir John Soane, at near Suffolk, England, 1784 to 1790.

The British Museum, by Sir Robert Smirke, at London, England, 1823 to 1847.

The Palladian Bridge, by Henry Herbert, at Buckinghamshire, England, 1735 - 1737.

The Pentagon, by George Bergstrom, at Arlington, Virginia, near Washington, D.C., 1941 to 1943.

The Roman Forum, by collective, at Rome, Italy, -100 to 300.

The Royal Crescent, by John Wood, at Bath, England, 1767 to 1775.

The White House, by James Hoban, at Washington, D.C., 1793 to 1801, burned 1814, porticos 1824 to 1829.

Theater at Besancon, by Claude Nicholas Ledoux, at Besancon, France, 1775.

Tholos, by Polykleitos the Younger, at Epidarus, Greece, -365 to -320.

U.S. Supreme Court, by Cass Gilbert, at Washington, D.C., 1935.

United States Capitol, by Thornton-Latrobe-Bulfinch, at Washington, D.C., 1793 to 1830.

University of Virginia, by Thomas Jefferson, at Charlottesville, Virginia, 1826.

Worker's Club, by Alvar Aalto, at Jyvaskyla, Finland, 1924.

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