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Built in the mid 16th century by Sir Richard Baker. One of the first brick houses considered so magnificent that Queen Elizabeth 1 chose it for a 3 day visit. Vita Sackville-West and her husband Sir Harold Nicholson rescued it from neglect in 1930 and created the wonderful gardens. / by Eric Hardy, via Flickr

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'Picturing England' England's history in photographs| Apollo Magazine

England's history in photographs: highlights from 'Picturing England' - Apollo Magazine

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mantua - san sebastiano exterior | by Doctor Casino

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Medieval ruelle in Figeac, France

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Southern Charm

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128 East 93rd Street, New York, NY c1866 - one of only five remaining wooden houses on the Upper East Side. Love the colors!

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Passageway in Lyon, France

Passageway (traboule) in Lyon by Ron Horloff

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St Ethelbert's Gate in Norwich, England, built in the 1270s

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Types of medieval window design what if I can do the same for page with SF Victorians? No need o sketch all buildings, just interesting architectural parts!

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Not Too Big -- Just Right | Content in a Cottage

Not Too Big -- Just Right | Content in a Cottage

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great dixter gardens on Behance

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Row of Cottages, Burford, the Cotswolds, Oxfordshire, England. © Brian Jannsen Photography

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Medieval Window, Hardham, England

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Villas mérovingiennes, résidences parisiennes des rois mérovingiens, il ne nous est rien resté de ces habitations grossièrement bâties.- DAGOBERT 1°. 3) BIOGRAPHIE. 3.2 ROI D'AUSTRASIE, 19: Mais CLotaire impose la condition qu'il épouse la soeur de la reine SICHILDE, GOMATRUDE et que CARIBERT épouse FULBERTE, belle-soeur de BRODULF (l'existence de Fulberte dans les Faux mérovingiens serait contestée). Ces mariages permettent à Sichilde et Brodulf que des membres de leur famille soient reines.

Paris sous les Mérovingiens et les Carolingiens - Histoire de Paris

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Masseria Spina. Monopoli

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Girton College, Cambridge, England, 1890s.jpg

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Rothenburg Deutschland

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Notting Hill, London

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AD Classics: The Crystal Palace / Joseph Paxton

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