- 1090s in architecture
1093- Maria-Laach Abbeybegun.
1093- Durham Cathedralfounded.
1093- Ely Cathedralfounded.
1094- San Juan de la PeñaMonastery consecrated.
1094- Battle Abbeyconsecrated.
1095- Sant'Abbondio, Comoconsecrated.
1096- Norwich Cathedralbegun.
1098- Trani Cathedralbegun.
1099- Modena Cathedralbegun.
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