Renaissance Revival

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Renaissance Revival

A term occasionally used as a synonym for Italian Renaissance Revival.
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Puxi is the city's historic centre, home to the Bund - the embankment lined with neo-Renaissance buildings that served as the headquarters for big Western businesses in Shanghai's 1930s heyday - and the French Concession, the leafy residential district.
Erected of black polished granite from the nearby Vitosha Mountain, the monument consists of a pedestal, a middle part with figures and a massive Neo-Renaissance cornice finished with the sculpture of the Russian Tsar on a horse.
Behind its majestic neo-renaissance facade, the hotel's 168 guestrooms and 38 suites were recreated by acclaimed London-based hotel designer, Anita Rosato, to recapture its illustrious history and romantic aura with subtle references to the aesthetics of the Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods.
The aesthetic distraction of Friedrichsbad with its Neo-Renaissance style cupolas, mosaics, and column-ringed pools of spring water help in calming frayed nerves.
The 25-foot-wide mansion between Fifth and Madison avenues, with a commercial zoning overlay, was fully restored in 2006 and has a neo-Renaissance facade of rusticated limestone and Roman brick.
For ballet and opera, head to the Hungarian State Opera House, built in Neo-Renaissance style featuring elements of baroque.
Haydarpasa, built in the early 20th century by German architects in a neo-Renaissance style, is considered to be a historic monument.
Haydarpasa, which was built in the early 20th century by German architects in a neo-Renaissance style, is considered to be an historic monument.
Well worth a visit is the city''s town hall, a richly decorated Neo-Renaissance building finished in 1897.
It's Harris's first book, and, with its rich network of personal and cultural encounters, provides a backdrop for the English neo-Renaissance of the 1930s and the 1940s.
It was once a 13th-century gothic castle and retains the ambiance of a luxurious Neo-Renaissance mansion.
A block away from the main boulevard, towards the palace end, is a short pedestrianised street built in the 1880s and lined with heavy French neo-Renaissance elevations by Paul Due.