Neo-Gothic

Neo-Gothic

The reuse of forms of Gothic architecture in the second half of the 19th century and thereafter.
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Prominent landmarks on the Ridge include a neo-Gothic structure of Church from 1844 and a Tudorbethan styled library built in 1910.
Shots of the convent's rural vistas are frequently framed by the neo-gothic symmetry of its cloister.
JULIA and Guy Hands own some of the Midlands' most prestigious hotels including the magnificent neo-Gothic Ettington Park near Stratford-upon-Avon and the fashionable late-medieval New Hall hotel and spa in Sutton Coldfield.
Which London building was built in the 19th century neo-gothic style: a) St Paul's Cathedral, b) St Pancras station, or c) Buckingham Palace?
Dating from the 1840s it is a fine example of a Victorian neo-Gothic church.
The capilla or mortuary chapel located at the center of the cemetery is of neo-Gothic style with Byzantine walls and columns, the latter being pointed and extends beyond the edge of the roof is also of neo-Gothic form, same with the door and windows with stone tracery work.
This Neo-Gothic gem embodies the best of classic New York architecture.
Among the hidden histories to be revealed: Architect Henry Hare left a special mark on the Neo-Gothic building which he designed and which is now a Grade 1 listed building.
24 at an "Evening With David" on the roof of the Castle, a beautiful five-story neo-Gothic structure in Harlem at 140th Street and Riverside Drive that is run as a halfway house by the Fortune Society for 60 former prison inmates.
Sat next to the huge landmark of the imposing neo-Gothic St Chad's church, the pub is a popular spot all year round.
A report by a parliamentary committee has warned the neo-Gothic building is at growing risk of a "catastrophic event" unless urgent repairs are carried out.