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  1. Friedrich David Gilly (16 February 1772 – 3 August 1800) was a German architect and the son of the architect David Gilly.

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  3. Friedrich Gilly - Wikipedia

    German. Occupation. architect. Friedrich David Gilly (16 February 1772 – 3 August 1800) was a German architect and the son of the architect David Gilly. His works are influenced by revolutionary architecture ( Revolutionsarchitektur ). Born in Altdamm, Pomerania, (today Dąbie, district of Szczecin, Poland ), Gilly was known as a prodigy and ...

  4. Friedrich Gilly | German architect | Britannica

    contributions to Neoclassicism. In Western architecture: Germany. Friedrich Gilly built little, dying in 1800, but he left some remarkable designs that justify his central place in German Neoclassicism. His project for a monument to Frederick the Great (1797) consisted of a raised Greek Doric temple on a geometric substructure surrounded by ...

  5. Gilly, Friedrich |

    Gilly, Friedrich (1772–1800). Son of David Gilly , he learned practice and theory with his father in Stettin (now Szczecin), and in 1788 settled in Berlin . He developed his skills while also acting as Inspector in the Royal Buildings Department aged only 16, where he worked under Erdmannsdorff and Langhans .

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  7. Parish Obituaries | Local Obits for Parish, NY -

    View Parish obituaries on Legacy, the most timely and comprehensive collection of local obituaries for Parish, New York, updated regularly throughout the day with submissions from newspapers ...

  8. Berühmte historische Persönlichkeiten der Uckermark

    Charakteristisch für seine Bauten war die Verbindung von ästhetischer Schönheit mit sparsamer Bauweise - ein Baustil, den später Karl Friedrich Schinkel besonders ausprägte ("Baun ´se billig, Schinkel!"). Schinkel war übrigens ein Schüler von Gillys Sohn Friedrich Gilly.

  9. Syracuse | New York, United States | Britannica

    Syracuse, city, city, seat (1827) of Onondaga county, central New York, U.S. It lies at the south end of Lake Onondaga, midway between Albany and Buffalo (147 miles [237 km] west). The site, once the territory of the Onondaga Indians and headquarters of the Iroquois Confederacy, was visited by explorers Samuel de Champlain in 1615 and Pierre Esprit, sieur de Radisson (while a captive of the ...

  10. Syracuse, NY Breaking News Headlines Today | Ground News

    Syracuse, New York. Stay current with all the latest and breaking news about Syracuse, New York, compare headlines and perspectives between news sources on stories happening today. In total, 3,820 stories have been published about Syracuse, New York which Ground News has aggregated in the past 3 months. Weather. 22°C.

  11. Dr Gilly Carr | St Catharine's College, Cambridge

    Dr Gilly Carr joined the Fellowship of St Catharine's in 2006 and has been a Director of Studies since 2000. Before this she taught at the University of Kent after her MPhil and PhD at Cambridge (St John's College.) Dr Gilly Carr's research spans the fields of archaeology, heritage studies, Holocaust studies and history, where her particular ...

  12. Imagianation - Gilly Johns

    Gilly Johns. Gill's distinctive and vibrant colourful images of Cornwall are among the most loved in our gallery! More about Gilly... Page 1 of 1: 14 Items. Cadgwith Cove £ask. Gorgeous Cornwall Prints size 20, 30 or 40 cm. sq.