cathedral precinct

cathedral precinct

The grounds immediately surrounding a cathedral.
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6 million Monsignor Hawes Heritage Centre, part of the St Francis Xavier Cathedral Precinct project in Geraldton.
She too stresses the ways in which the theatre was woven into the religious fabric of the neighbourhood and how it contributed to perceptions of the cathedral precinct in general.
GLASGOW CATHEDRAL : Cathedral Precinct, Castle Street; http://www.
The Wave a rtree industrial park, the Cathedral precinct, Cantril Farm, the Festiva i l Garden - all that started in 1979 or 1981.
If we really want a long view, it would be simpler to remove the central covered area of Cathedral Lanes, together with the unused restaurant at the back, to make a walkway through to Cuckoo Lane and the cathedral precinct.
In May 2010, Norwich Cathedral precinct became home to a Japanese karesansui garden.
Two pairs of the striking abstract glass panels have already been installed at the western entrance to the cathedral precinct - one above the crypt on Brownlow Hill, and the other facing Liverpool Science Park and John Moores University's new Art and Design Academy.
She then left the cathedral precinct in the royal Bentley.
Their next purchase was in the city's Cathedral precinct - another area "on the up'.
Although the cottage is in the cathedral precinct, its lease is owned by the local council.
It started off with the Grim Reaper in which Sir John de Wolfe, Devon's first county coro-ner, is summoned at dawn to inspect a corpse which has been discovered in Exeter's cathedral precinct.
He examines the design of two great public spaces, the cathedral precinct and the Piazza della Signoria, following the implementation of three principles: the imprint of a major building on surrounding space, the creation or at least emergence of a formal order governing that space, and the concern with the optimal view of a building as integral to the design of the space associated with it.