Neoclassic architecture

1.All that architecture which, since the beginning of the Italian Renaissance, about 1420, has been designed with deliberate imitation of Greco-Roman buildings.
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Around an hour from Cannes, the completely refurbished Grand Hotel du Cap Ferrat (now a Four Seasons) beckons with neoclassic architecture, unspoiled views and polished service.
Later, Estevez and I reached the elegant Sauto Theatre, with its neoclassic architecture and Carrera marble statues of Greek goddesses that line the lobby; the building was designed by the Italian Daniele Dell'Aglio and inaugurated in April of 1863.
In his awe-inspiring solution, perfectly restored rooms cohabit with new installations of stark white ramps and staircases in bombed-out sections of this extraordinary example of German neoclassic architecture on Berlin's Museum Island, a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site.
Known as "The Little Paris", prices are much smaller than in the French capital, yet Bucharest offers an intriguing mix of neoclassic architecture, old town romance and imposing communist-era buildings that mark Romania's time under communist control.
Tiles feature such motifs as botanicals, teakettles and cups, still life fruits, wildlife and neoclassic architecture.