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Holly Springs: Cedarhurst (1857)

Cedarhurst was built in 1857 by Dr. Charles Bonner, and remains one of the great architectural masterpieces in Holly Springs. 167 more words

Holly Springs

Sedbergh: Church of St Mark

Located on Cautley Road in the Yorkshire Dales National Park stands the Church of St Mark. Built in 1847, the church is constructed of random rubble in the Decorated style. 119 more words


Melbourne’s Gothic Revival

Gothic Revival is mostly found on Melbourne’s late nineteenth century churches, law courts and banks. “The Gothic Revival in Australia was a fabric of myths” write Robin Boyd in The Australian Ugliness (The Text Publishing Company, 2010, Melbourne p.61) Boyd goes on to note that: “Australia is full of Gothicky churches of crashing structural dullness struck about with decorative features.” Boyd maintained that the idea that the Gothic Revival was based on the northern European gothic tradition was a myth. 517 more words


Exploring Cornwall: Castle, Cave and Cathedral

If you’re after seeing magical places, Cornwall ticks all those boxes. It is a heritage treasure trove! I’ve just got back from another two weeks down in the far south west of England, trekking about the Cornish countryside in the back of a van and thought I would post an update about three of the sites I’ve seen. 459 more words

Art And Architectural History

Door: gothick

Crickhowell door 7/10
Gothic revival garden gate
Castle Road, Crickhowell, Powys