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c.1500 - 1519: Cup and cover

Cup and cover

c.1500 - 1519: Cup and cover

2012.06.26 - Mens 1st Class Entrance  - Victoria Baths - Manchester by D.R.Williams, via Flickr

2012.06.26 - Mens 1st Class Entrance - Victoria Baths - Manchester by D.R.Williams, via Flickr

The Aerotone

Manchester, Restoration, Baths, Victoria

Controls

The control panel for the aerotone - Victoria Baths restoration Manchester

Meticulous: The original Nonsuch Palace was designed in 1538 and was intended as a hunting lodge

Revealed, Henry VIII's lost pleasure palace: Amazing scale model recreates Nonsuch Palace more than 300 years after it was destroyed

Meticulous: The original Nonsuch Palace was designed in 1538 by Henry VIII. It was demolished by another king's mistress, and the pieces sold off to settle her gambling debts. This foot model of how it looked is incredibly detailed.

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Iposters Perry Barr Greyhound Racing Lms Railway Travel Print Magnetic Memo Board Black Framed - 41 X 31 Cms (approx 16 X 12 Inches)

Pavlovsk Palace -The Boudoir of the Empress. The colourful ceiling with four architectural landscapes, presenting morning, day, evening land night, was painted in 1804 by Giovanni Scotti from his own sketches. And the groups of cupids with wreaths of flowers, topping the door cornice, as well as the gilt ornaments on the door panels, are based on the designs of Voronikhin.

Pavlovsk Palace -The Boudoir of the Empress. The colourful ceiling with four architectural landscapes, presenting morning, day, evening land night, was painted in 1804 by Giovanni Scotti from his own sketches. And the groups of cupids with wreaths of flowers, topping the door cornice, as well as the gilt ornaments on the door panels, are based on the designs of Voronikhin.

Langdon Court, Wembury, South Devon is recorded in the Domesday Book of 1087 as having been a double manor amongst the 107[2] Devon holdings granted to Juhel de Totnes (d. 1123/30), feudal baron of Totnes,[1] by William the Conqueror for his support during the Norman Conquest of England in 1066. Before 1066 one part had been held by Heche (or "Heca"), the other by Gode (or "Goda"). Juhel in turn granted both parts of Langdon to one of his knights named Waldi

Langdon Court is a former manor house, in Wembury, South Devon, England. It consists of a single courtyard mansion from 1693 and a walled formal It is currently used as the Langdon Court Hotel.

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