1961 in architecture

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The year 1961 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.

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Events

Buildings and structures

Buildings opened

Guildford Cathedral, England Guildford Cathedral - geograph.org.uk - 1704160.jpg
Guildford Cathedral, England
The Kremlin Palace of Congresses in Moscow, Russia Gosudarstvennyi kremlevskii dvorets.jpg
The Kremlin Palace of Congresses in Moscow, Russia

Buildings completed

Hyvinkaa Church in Hyvinkaa, Finland Aarno Ruusuvuori Hyvinkaan kirkko 1961.jpg
Hyvinkää Church in Hyvinkää, Finland

Publications

Awards

Births

Eero Saarinen Eero-Saarinen.jpg
Eero Saarinen

Deaths

(Exact date unknown)

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