Posted by: gappossy | May 28, 2009

Comparing Architecture

Architecture styles in ancient India and Greece were very different, because they worshipped completely different gods and goddesses in their temples. They also were very far away from each other, so they had no influence on each other.  In Greek architecture, the golden ratio was usually used, the temples and treasuries were usually made out of stone.   In India, temples usually had extravagant carvings.  Temples were made out of stone, wood, etc.


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