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 Who is the architect of the Alamo?

Answer Since the construction of the Alamo was begun in 1724 by a group of Franciscan monks, there is no known architect for the building. The construction of the building was most likely supervised by th... Read More »
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How big is the Alamo?

The Alamo, which was originally constructed as a Catholic mission to spread Christianity, is 480 feet long and 160 feet wide. During the famous battle there, approximately 200 men took refuge insid... Read More »
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Who was the architect of the Hoover Dam?

Gordon Kaufman was the architect of the Hoover Dam. Kaufman was an English-descended American architect based out of Southern California. Kaufman complemented the concrete surfaces of the dam with ... Read More »
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Who was the architect of the pyramids?

Imhotep was the chief architect of the Egyptian pyramids. Inscription on one of the statues of the Egyptian kings bears Imhotep’s title—the chief sculptor. Imhotep was also a poet, sage, priest... Read More »
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How to Become an Architect?

These steps will show you the path toward becoming an architect. You must be committed and most of all do not do it for money, do it because you love design.
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