1716 in architecture involved some significant architectural events and new buildings.
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June 21 - Work begins on construction of the Codrington Library at All Souls College, Oxford, to the design of Nicholas Hawksmoor; it will be completed in 1751. 
America's first lighthouse, Boston Light, is built; it will be destroyed in the American Revolution and rebuilt in 1783. In
Buenos Aires, Argentina, a monastery is built by Franciscan Recoleto monks; the complex will serve as a hospital during the English invasions.
Schloß Oberhof, Grünstadt, Rhineland.
Veltrusy Mansion, Bohemia, designed by František Maxmilián Kaňka.
Lasha Great Mosque, Lhasa, Tibet. Work begins on
Kneuterdijk Palace, in The Hague, Netherlands, built by Daniel Marot for the Count of Wassenaar-Obdam. 
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^ O Medvedkova, Olga (2007). Jean-Baptiste Alexandre Le Blond, architecte 1679-1719 - De Paris à Saint-Pétersbourg. Paris: Alain Baudry & Cie. ISBN 978-2-9528617-0-0.
^ "Library Architecture". The Codrington Library. Oxford: All Souls College . Retrieved . 2016-11-12
^ Chris, Schram. "Hague".