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is one of only two Amrita Club brick Colonial Revival buildings in Poughkeepsie, New York?
was rebuilt largely of Lake Linden Historic District brick after property insurance companies with heavy losses in an 1887 fire threatened to pull out of the area?
the initials of
John Hathorn and his wife carved into brick on in their house Warwick, New York show the influence of Germanic building traditions?
the walls of
Peter the Great's in the nascent first "palace" St Petersburg, a 60 m 2 (650 sq ft) log cabin, were painted to resemble brickwork?
Combe Haven Viaduct, on the , contained over 9,000,000 Bexhill West Branch Line bricks?
Gothic Revival-style Jones House (pictured) is the second oldest brick house in Pontiac, Illinois?
United States President Franklin D. Roosevelt personally intervened to make sure the new in post office Ellenville, New York was built of stone instead of brick after residents complained to him via telegram?
according to legend, any immigrant to the city of
Agroha, established by in ancient Emperor Agrasen India, would receive a hundred thousand bricks to build a home, and a hundred thousand rupees to start a business of his own?
brick became available as a building material, churches in medieval Northern Europe were commonly ?
built with glacial erratics and rubble the 999-year-old
in Gonbad-e Qabus Golestan, Iran is the world's tallest brick tower at 70 meters (230 feet)?
brick has been the main building material for churches in the architecture of Denmark (1170 church pictured) since the mid-12th century?
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