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Burg

 

a fortification or castle in medieval Western Europe. Medieval cities arose around certain burgs, which is reflected in the name of a number of cities, such as Hamburg and Magdeburg.

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Burges has been exploring the possibilities of color, space, their relationship as well as the effect it produces on the viewer and vice versa since 1983.
Speaking after the purchase, UK Culture Minister Ed Vaizey said: "William Burges was one of the UK's most important architectural designers, with a real influence on Cardiff's landscape so it's fantastic news that thanks to the export ban this historic vase will remain in Cardiff for everyone to enjoy.
lt;BWilliam Burges designed the vase, below, for the third Marquess of Bute
The Burges had new pavements not so long ago, but resurfacing the road and pavement is not enough.
In addition to her own personal tale, Burges Watson interweaves the story with pertinent historical references that firmly set the countries she visited in the context of their turbulent recent histories.
Joyce Burges is determined to increase these numbers substantially during the next few years, and one helpful ally she has enlisted is Wal-Mart.
I am very pleased to have been selected to visit Burges Salmon this year and am excited for the opportunity to work and collaborate with the wonderful lawyers that make up the firm.
The RCEWA made their recommendation on the grounds of it's historical significance, outstanding aesthetic importance, and that it would be of huge benefit for the study of the design work of Gothic designer William Burges.
I have read of plans to open the river up in the area at the back of the Burges, and this would be excellent if it ever happens.
Burges Salmon already has one of the largest pensions practices of any UK law firm, but it is continuing to grow with the arrival of four new hires.
Burges built Castell Coch in the late 19th Century for the third Marquess of Bute, John Crichton-Stuart.