Gothic survival

Gothic survival

The survival of Gothic forms and construction techniques long after the demise of Gothic architecture (for example, as late as the 17th century); usually in a provincial context, as distinct from Gothic Revival.
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My personal favourite in this 'Gothic Survival' is a ruined church in Plymouth.
The most famous Gothic survival is, of course, the famous Golden Roof, in reality a late Gothic bay window with 2,657 gilded copper tiles on the slanting roof.