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A White House History - The official site gives a virtual tour via a sensitive cut-away drawing. Photographs and history room-by-room of the home of U.S. presidents, designed by Irish-born James Hoban.
Architecture of 18th-Century Dublin - Dublin is noted for its graceful Georgian squares and streets and great civic buildings. Photographs and histories from Architectural Dublin.
Castle Coole, Enniskillen - The Neo-Classical family home of the Earls of Belmore was designed by James Wyatt and completed in 1798. Photograph, history and visitor information from Lodgings Ireland.
Castletown House - The Irish Georgian Society provides a photograph and history of the magnificent Palladian mansion designed by Italian architect Alessandro Galilei.
Drayton Hall - A fine Georgian Palladian plantation house in Charleston, South Carolina, completed in 1742. Virtual tour and visitor information, including events and school programs.
Edinburgh New Town - Article by Jane Boyd-Brent for About Scotland on the burst of Neo-Classical architecture in Edinburgh in the 18th century and its architects, including Robert Adam. Photographs and map.
Florence Court - A fine mid-18th century Irish Palladian mansion, noted for its rococo plasterwork. Illustrated description, history and visitor information from Lodgings Ireland.
Georgian Colonial Houses - provides an illustrated introduction to the simplified Neo-Classical style favored by the well-to-do in 18th-century America.
St George's Hall, Liverpool - Photographs and history of this splendid Neo-Classical building, erected between 1842 and 1855 to the designs of Harvey Elmes and now a conference venue.
The Argory, Dungannon, Northern Ireland - Built in 1824 for Walter McGeough, the Argory has a fine setting overlooking the River Blackwater. Photograph, history and visitor information from Lodgings Ireland.
The Portico Pages - Examples of porch architecture in Neo-Classical and Federal styles. Includes Italian Renaissance buildings by Palladio and examples from the American South, Washington and Arlington.
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