How has Ancient Greek architecture influenced today's architecture?

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Greek architecture, is notably one of the earliest and finest architecture from the outstanding Egyptian work. The Greeks started making the Columns while building temples. They started with the Doric, then advanced to the Ionic and later the Corinthian Columns. These architectural designs are used widely today in the construction of storey buildings and other structures.
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