Castle style

Castle style

A type of eighteenth-century architecture that employed battlements, loopholes, and turrets to create the impression of a fortified dwelling; some of these same elements were also used to create follies, picturesque cottages, and fake ruins.
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In 1856 the school moved to newly built castle style premises in Priory Row, now used as a church centre for Holy Trinity Church.
Set within a castle style walled courtyard, the property has recently been renovated and refurbished by the current owners and located as it is, on the northern coast of Anglesey, as you would expect, the views and sunsets are breathtaking.
The Queen Mary lacked the quality of recent years but the progressive Ceiling Kitty (103) continues to improve with her racing while, in the Windsor Castle style, Hototo (98) produced a rating on a par with what we would expect for the race.
Other attractions include a chance to pan for 'gold', and a large bouncy castle style slide, though the speed at which some children were literally throwing themselves down made you think twice for their safety even if they couldn't appreciate it themselves.
The original theater boasting its Western-style external appearance made its debut in 1889 but was rebuilt to the prototype of a magnificent castle style of the Momoyama period (in the latter part of the 16th century) in 1911.
Mr Turner said the bed was part of the Castell Coch and Cardiff Castle style - a Victorian fascination with the Middle Ages that was shared by the fabulously wealthy Bute family.
No longer in desire for home buyers: gated communities, urban locations, and castle style homes.
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