Architectural style

  • 1 English Colonial Revival

    Colonial Revival buildings are a self-conscious attempt to recall the 17th and 18th century architecture of the first colonies in North America. Also known as Neo-Georgian, in Canada the English Colonial Revival is a revival of the architectural styles that arrived with the United Empire Loyalists. The style is more common to residential architecture, but is also found in some places of worship. While this style is uncommon among religious buildings in Ontario, some good examples exist in southern Ontario.

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