3. Chapelle Saint-Hubert/Belmont Mausoleum

The  Chapelle Saint-Hubert was built between 1491 and 1496 as part of Charles VIII’s remodeling of the Chateau d’Amboise. In the nineteenth-century, what were purported to be the bones of Leonardo da Vinci were entombed in the chapel and have since become a tourist destination.

The Chapel of Saint Hubert inspired the 1910 Hunt & Hunt-designed Oliver Hazard Perry Belmont and Alva Erskine Vanderbilt Belmont Mausoleum in Woodlawn Cemetery. Belmont chose this chapel because of its designs relating to the hunt, or which Saint Hubert is the patron saint.

4. Petit Palais/Hamilton Fish Park Gymnasium

The Petit Palais was built for the 1900 Exposition Universelle, in  Paris. It currently houses the Musee des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris.

Carrere and Hastings designed the Beaux-Arts Hamilton Fish Park Gymnasium using the Petit Palais as a model.