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Example Question #2 : Identifying Architects, Buildings, And Schools Of Architecture
White stone, columns, and marble are distinctive features of which architectural style?
In the enlightenment era of the eighteenth century, many artists and architects looked to classical Greece and Rome as models, spawning the architectural style known as "Neo-Classicism." Featuring white stone, columns, and extensive use of marble, this style is most famous as being used in many of America's government buildings.