Neoclassical - definition of architectural style

What is Neoclassical?

Estimated period of occurence (1750 - 1899)

Neoclassical architecture, also called Late Baroque and Romantic Classicism was an architecture style, which began in the mid-18th century and was developed during the 19th century. Characterised by the reaction with the precedent style (Baroque and rococo). The main feature was the return to classical styles from Greece and Rome.

Cities with project in this style