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Architecture

Architecture (Civ5)

Introduced in Gods & Kings
Technology of the Renaissance era

Cost 1150 20xScience5
Required techs Acoustics (Civ5) Acoustics
Banking (Civ5) Banking
Leads to Archaeology (Civ5) Archaeology
Scientific theory (Civ5) Scientific theory
Units enabled None
Buildings enabled Hermitage (Civ5) Hermitage
Porcelain Tower (Civ5) Porcelain Tower
Taj Mahal (Civ5) Taj Mahal
Uffizi (Civ5) Uffizi
Notes

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Architecture (Civ5)

Introduced in Gods & Kings
Technology of the Renaissance era

Cost 1150 20xScience5
Required techs Acoustics (Civ5) Acoustics
Banking (Civ5) Banking
Leads to Archaeology (Civ5) Archaeology
Scientific theory (Civ5) Scientific theory
Units enabled None
Buildings enabled Hermitage (Civ5) Hermitage
Porcelain Tower (Civ5) Porcelain Tower
Taj Mahal (Civ5) Taj Mahal
Notes

None

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"Architecture begins where engineering ends."
–Walter Gropius

Game InfoEdit

The development of Architecture makes designing buildings something more than a technical skill - it makes it an art. It allows you to construct multiple wonders that can boost 20xCulture5 Culture, 20xScience5 Science and 20xHappiness5 Happiness.

Historical InfoEdit

Architecture can be considered both an art and a science. Encompassing everything from the initial planning and design of a structure, to the actual construction process, architecture has been a crucial element of the building process since ancient times. One of the earliest known discussions of architecture and its principles, "De Architectura," was written by the Roman architect Vitruvius in the first century BC. A ten volume set comprising all of the most intricate details of Roman construction methods, Vitruvius's work is widely recognized today as a crucial development in the evolution of the architectural design process.

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