Neo-Byzantine - definition of architectural style

What is Neo-Byzantine?

Estimated period of occurence (1840 - 1910)

Neo-Byzantine architecture, also known as Byzantine Revival, is an architectural movement which started in the 1840s. Neo-Byzantine architecture incorporates elements of the Byzantine style and Eastern and Orthodox Christian architecture. This style is characterized by arches and domes built with brick and stucco as main building materials.

Cities with project in this style