Was Georgian architecture similar to Scandinavian architecture?

Asked by: Adam2
  • Being that the first two Georges were Lutherans

    I think that that has something to do with the architecture of the time too. I think the first two Georgian kings revived an interest in Anglo-Saxon/Scandinavian architecture of the time. The Georgian houses and buildings are in fact very similar to the houses and architecture you find today in Sweden and Denmark, and in some parts of England. Contrast this to the mainstream English Roman/Norman-style buildings prior to the Georgian period.

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kbub says2014-05-08T00:36:01.950
I know where Adam2 is from...