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Georgian architectures is the set of architectural styles between the year 1714 and 1830. In the late 19th century the style was recovered as Colonial Revival architecture and in the early 20th century in Great Britain as Neo-Georgian architecture.And both referred as the Georgian Revival architecture.The term "Georgian" is used to describe all buildings in the United States,disregarding of style from the period. In Britain, it is restricted to the buildings which are architectural in intention.

Georgian style is highly variable and it's architecture is characterized by its proportion and balance. Georgian designs lay out the classical orders of architecture and hired a decorative vocabulary which is derived from ancient Rome or Greece. The style of Georgian architectures spread over the countries and became familiar. In the late Georgian era,Mr. John Soane. John Nash,was one of the most prolific architects and he was responsible for designing large areas of London.The late Georgian era was also known as The Regency style.