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#1

Popular in the Deep South, these ornate homes are known for their large pillars, balconies, and lofty foyers. They have been resting on plantations since before the Civil War.

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  • Antebellum

  • Beauregard

  • Southern charm

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#2

This easily recognizable style in the American northeast and midwest is inspired by English architecture with its steep roofs and half-timber framing.

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  • Yorkshire

  • Cardiff

  • Tudor

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#3

Many buildings from during the Cold War come with a harsh and rugged appearance. Boston City Hall is known for being one of the ugliest pieces of this era.

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  • Gothic

  • Brutalist

  • Neo-blockade

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#4

American government architecture is inspired by the Ancient Greeks. What style of column is on the United States Supreme Court building?

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  • Doric

  • Ionic

  • Corinthian

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#5

Ranch-style homes became popular among the American middle class post-World War II. Which is NOT a characteristic of this architecture type?

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    Dormer windows
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    Split-level
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    Open floor plans
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    Single story

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#6

Karlskirche church in Vienna, Austria, is a shining example of this style that swept Europe after the Protestant Reformation.

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  • Classical

  • Baroque

  • Gothic

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