1600s in architecture
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Buildings and structuresEdit
Construction (by year):
- Jerónimos Monastery at Belém (Lisbon) in Portugal is completed after 100 years.
- In Naples (Italy), the fountain La Fontana dell'Immacolatella, made of white and gray marble, is built by Michelangelo Naccherino and Pietro Bernini; it is adorned with coats of arms and eagles, and the central coat of arms is upheld by two angels.
- In Japan, Inuyama Castle is built in Aichi Prefecture (remodeled in 1620).
- 1602–1604 – Vleeshal, Haarlem, North Holland, designed by Lieven de Key, built.
- In Gdańsk, the Old Arsenal, designed by Anthony van Obberghen, Jan Strakowski and Abraham van den Blocke, is completed.
- In Padua (Veneto), renovation is finished on the Palazzo del Capitanio palace arch and Torre dell'Orologio clock tower (expanded 1599–1605).
- In Rome, building is begun on Santa Maria della Vittoria (as San Paolo), designed by Carlo Maderno.
- In England, the Red Hall at Bourne, Lincolnshire, is built.
- In India, the Jahangir Mahal, Orchha, is built.
- January 19 – San Agustin Church (Manila), designed by Juan Macías, is completed.
- 1609 – Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception Church, Goa.
- 1604 – Giacomo del Duca, Italian sculptor and architect (born c. 1520)
- 1607: July 24 – Alessandro Pieroni, Italian mannerist painter and architect (born 1550)
- 1607 or 1609 – Vittorio Cassar, Maltese architect (born c. 1550)
- 1608: June 25 or 26 – Bernardo Buontalenti, Florentine mannerist architect, stage designer, military engineer and artist (born c. 1531)