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As early as the 16th century, the Protestants started constructing their own religious buildings, generally called Temples. During the 17th and 18th centuries work stopped because their religion was banned. At the beginning of the 19th century some Catholic buildings, confiscated during the Revolution, were made over to the Protestants who were also allowed to build Temples again.


Protestant religious architecture
 Protestant religious architecture
Protestant temples: from the 16th century to the Revocation
 Protestant temples: from the 16th century to the Revocation
The architecture of XVIIth century churches
 The architecture of XVIIth century churches
Civil and religious buildings turned into Temples after the Revolution
 Civil and religious buildings turned into Temples after the Revolution
 
 
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