Neo-Norman

Neo-Norman

A style of architecture that emulates works of the 11th and 12th century Romanesque in Britain and Norman France.
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Llanllechid is one of his most distinctive buildings and serves as an excellent example of the neo-Norman style favoured during the early part of his career.
Run by the National Trust, this 19th century neo-Norman castle stands majestically in around 60 acres of grounds that include a Victorian walled grarden.
Other notable styles can be found at the town's churches, such as Early English, Neo-Norman and Neo-Grecian.
Construction of the neo-Norman Penrhyn Castle was completed just before Victoria''s reign began.
Awaiting you is a 19th Century neo-Norman castle which sits between Snowdonia and the Menai Strait.
The hotel itself is located just outside the village of Thornton Hough with its gorgeous cottages and neo-Norman church.
Cuthbert's was built between 1845-48 in a Romanesque or Neo-Norman style.
Garofalo's beautiful Holy Family (not previously on view in the castle) is this year's star acquisition among sixty three works of art that have passed to the Trust, including pictures by Teniers and Reynolds as well as neo-Norman and continental furniture.
Located some 20 minutes drive away, this grand Neo-Norman pile was built on wealth harvested from the local slate quarries and sugar plantations in Jamaica.
Gwynedd | Penrhyn Castle | September 14 Built on fortunes made from sugar and slate, Penrhyn Castle is a massive 19th century neo-Norman fantasy castle that offers something for everyone.
Penrhyn Castle is an enormous 19th century, neo-Norman castle which sits between Snowdonia and the Menai Strait.
In 1951, when Penrhyn Castle was transferred to the National Trust in lieu of tax from the estate of the 4th Lord Penrhyn, it was not possible to settle contents in the same way, and although the extraordinary neo-Norman furniture designed for the vast pile in the 1820s by Thomas Hopper (1776-1856) remained on loan and in situ, the most important pictures were separated from the setting for which they were acquired, and were either hung in the family's house in the park, or loaned to the National Museum and Gallery of Wales in Cardiff.