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Examples[edit] Elaborate Pasadena City Hall in Pasadena, California is also an example of the grandeur of the City Beautiful fashion Hayes Mansion in San Jose, California, completed in 1905 Rose Crest Mansion (Currently a portion of The Mary Louis Academy) in Jamaica Estates, New York, completed in 1909 Delaware and Hudson Passenger Station, Lake George, New York, 1909–1911 Villa Vizcaya in Miami, Florida, completed in 1914 Presidio building in San Francisco, California, completed in 1912 The Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles, California, 1921 (demolished) Temple Terrace Country Club in Temple Terrace, Florida, completed in 1921 Freedom Tower in Miami, Florida, completed in 1925 The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror in Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida. 1994 Vinoy Park Hotel in St. Petersburg, Florida, completed in 1925 Snell Arcade in St. Petersburg, Florida. 1925 Boca Raton Resort & Club in Boca Raton, Florida, completed in 1926 Miami-Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, Florida, completed in 1926 Fort Harrison Hotel in Clearwater, Florida, completed in 1926 Cà d'Zan, former John Ringling estate in Sarasota, Florida, completed in 1926 Francis Marion Stokes Fourplex in Portland, Oregon, completed in 1926 Florida Theatre in Jacksonville, Florida, completed in 1927 Pasadena City Hall in Pasadena, California, 1927 Winter Park Ninth Grade Center 1927 Greenacres (Former Harold Lloyd Estate) in Beverly Hills, California, completed in 1928 Don CeSar Hotel, St. Pete Beach, Florida, completed in 1928 Beverly Shores Railroad Station, 1928 Catalina Casino in Avalon, California, completed May 29, 1929 Mildred Building, Beaumont, Texas 1929 Port Washington Fire Engine House in Port Washington, Wisconsin, completed in 1929 Casa Casuarina (Versace Mansion, now known as The Villa By Barton G.) in Miami Beach, Florida, 1930 Santa Fe Railway (now Amtrak and Metrolink) depot in Fullerton, California, completed 1930 Beverly Hills City Hall, Beverly Hills, California, 1932 Cabrillo Beach Bath House in San Pedro, California, completed 1932 Francis Lederer residence, in West Hills, Los Angeles, California, completed 1936[3] Cooley High School, Detroit, Michigan, built in 1928 W.J. Bryan Elementary School, in Miami, Florida, completed in 1928 Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, Florida, built in 1922 The Colony Hotel, Delray Beach, Florida, built in 1926[4] The Church of Scientology's Flag Building (also known as the "Super Power Building"), Clearwater, Florida, completed in 2011 Plymouth County Hospital, a tuberculosis sanatorium, in Hanson, Massachusetts. Completed in 1919

See also[edit] Wikimedia Commons has media related to Mediterranean Revival Style architecture. Italianate architecture Gothicmed-project which includes finding further insight to Gothic architecture in the Mediterranean area Mission Revival Style architecture Spanish Colonial style architecture Spanish Colonial Revival Style architecture Moorish Revival architecture

References[edit] ^ Harris, Cyril M. (1998). American architecture : an illustrated encyclopedia. New York, NY [u.a.]: Norton. p. 211. ISBN 0393730298.  ^ "Colorful, Exotic and Bold Lines Define the Mediterranean House Plan". The Plan Collection. Retrieved 1 August 2015.  ^ Big Orange-Lederer Residence ^ "Colony Hotel". Colony Hotel. 2007-11-08. Retrieved 2016-01-21. 

Sources[edit] Gustafson, Lee and Phil Serpico (1999). Santa Fe Coast Lines Depots: Los Angeles Division. Acanthus Press, Palmdale, CA. ISBN 0-88418-003-4.  Newcomb, Rexford (1992). Mediterranean Domestic Architecture for the United States. Hawthorne Printing Company, New York, NY. ISBN 0-926494-13-9.  Signor, John R. (1997). Southern Pacific Lines: Pacific Lines Stations, Volume 1. Southern Pacific Historical and Technical Society, Pasadena, CA. ISBN 0-9657208-4-5.  Nolan, David. The Houses of St. Augustine. Sarasota, Pineapple Press, 1995. Nylander, Justin A. (2010). Casas to Castles: Florida's Historic Mediterranean Revival Architecture. Schiffer publishing. ISBN 978-0-7643-3435-1.  v t e Architecture of the United States Colonial American colonial architecture Colonial Georgian Dutch Colonial French Colonial German Colonial Spanish Colonial Early Republic Adam Federal Jeffersonian Mid-19th century Greek Revival Italianate Gothic Revival Victorian Richardsonian Romanesque Second Empire American Renaissance Folk Stick style Queen Anne Shingle Territorial Late-19th to mid-20th century Beaux-Arts Chicago School Colonial Revival Dutch Colonial Revival Mediterranean Revival Mission Revival Spanish Colonial Revival Tudor Revival Pueblo Revival Territorial Revival American Craftsman Prairie School American Foursquare California bungalow Art Deco Streamline Moderne PWA Moderne Post-World War II to current International style Usonian American ranch Modern Postmodern Neo-eclectic New Classical Architecture Vernacular Hall and parlor house Central-passage house Log cabin Cape Cod Saltbox Creole cottage Dogtrot house I-house Shotgun house Sod house Carpenter Gothic First Period Cities Atlanta Buffalo Chicago Detroit Houston Jacksonville Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles Miami New Orleans New York City Omaha Philadelphia Portland San Antonio San Francisco Seattle St. Louis v t e Historicism and Revivalism in Western architecture and decorative arts International Baroque Revival Beaux-Arts Byzantine Revival Carpenter Gothic Egyptian Revival Gothic Revival Greek Revival / Neo-Grec Moorish Revival Neoclassical New Classical / Neo-Historism Renaissance Revival Châteauesque Italianate Palazzo style Romanesque Revival Second Empire Spanish Colonial Revival Swiss chalet style Vernacular France French Renaissance Henry II style Louis Treize Style Louis XIV Louis Quinze Louis XVI Neoclassicism in France Directoire style Empire style Second Empire Belle Époque Art Nouveau Art Deco Germany, Austria-Hungary Biedermeier Gründerzeit Nazi architecture Resort style Rundbogenstil Great Britain Adam style Bristol Byzantine Edwardian Baroque Indo-Saracenic Revival British India Jacobethan Queen Anne style Regency Scottish baronial style Tudor Revival / Black-and-White Revival Greece and Balkans Mycenaean Revival Serbo-Byzantine Revival Italy Stile umbertino Mexico Mayan Revival Netherlands Traditionalist School Nordic countries National Romantic style Dragon Style Portugal Pombaline Neo-Manueline Soft Portuguese style Russian Empire and USSR Byzantine Revival Russian Revival Stalinist architecture Spain Neo-Mudéjar United States Jeffersonian architecture American Renaissance Collegiate Gothic Colonial Revival Federal style Greco Deco Mediterranean Revival Mission Revival Polish Cathedral style Pueblo Revival Queen Anne style Richardsonian Romanesque Territorial Revival Modern architecture » Retrieved from "" Categories: Mediterranean Revival architectureAmerican architectural stylesRevival architectural stylesAddison MiznerHidden categories: All articles with unsourced statementsArticles with unsourced statements from August 2015

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