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Categories: Second French Empire, French Renaissance Revival architecture, French architecture by period, Late Modern France, French architecture
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Second Empire style  Second Empire architecture in Europe  French Second Empire style  Napoleon III architecture  Napoleon III style
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Second Empire style, also known as the Napoleon III style, was a highly eclectic style of architecture and decorative arts, which used elements of many different historical styles, and also made innovative use of modern materials, such as iron frameworks and glass skylights. Wikipedia
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Second Empire style, also known as the Napoleon III style, was a highly eclectic style of architecture and decorative arts, which used elements of many different historical styles, and also made innovative use of modern materials, such as iron frameworks and glass skylights. Wikipedia
Second Empire architecture in Europe is an architectural style rooted in the 16th-century Renaissance, which grew to its greatest popularity in Europe in the second half of the nineteenth century and early years of the twentieth century. Wikipedia
Architectural and art style, most popular between 1865 and 1880 Wikidata