English: Empire style architecture — an early-19th-century architectural movement, originating in and taking its name from the rule of Napoleon I in France.
- This early style of Neoclassical architecture became popular in the rest of Europe and the United States, until around 1830.
Русский: Архитектура стиля ампир
- For the subsequent Napoleon III style, see: Category: Second Empire architecture.
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