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orangery

a building, such as a greenhouse, in which orange trees are grown

orangery

A building, or a part of a building, once found in especially stately homes, for cultivating orange trees and other ornamental trees in a cool climate where they would not otherwise grow; usually had large, tall windows along its southern exposure; now often used for social and exhibition purposes. Also see conservatory, greenhouse, hothouse.
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Because of the long-term planning, the design for the Limonaia was made to match, as close as possible, the look of the Orangerie, Trexler said.
WHETHER you call it your sunroom, garden room, orangerie or conservatory, it's a great way to add space and light to your home.
Orangerie can continue his upward learning curve in the southwell-racecourse.
It is too cold for oranges here, so the orange trees will have to wait for the orangerie.
Not a favourite in sight on the first day and pounds 125,000 slipped down the stank on Sir Mark Prescott's rip, Orangerie.
Last winter, a surprising group of sculptures appeared in the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris, most of them in the grass plots on either side of the "triumphal way" that runs down the center of the vast pleasure garden, with a few set near the paired pavilions of the Orangerie and the Jeu de Paume.
Also new in crystal are Orangerie and Scottish etched vases.
Where: Lunchtime presentation: Le Meridien Vienna, Opernring 13, A - 1010, Vienna, Evening presentation: Orangerie Schonbrunn, A-1010 Vienna When: Wednesday, November 30, 2005
This notice relates to an award procedure for a public service delegation agreement concerning the management of the following services: management of an equipment service audiophones Orsay museums and the orangery - managing a design service and distribution of multimedia guides to museums Orsay and the Orangerie - design, execution, updates, maintenance and distribution of mobile applications for Orsay museums and the orangery - design, installation and maintenance of a geolocation system to the Orsay museum and the Orangerie Museum compatible with offerings developed by the delegate.
Much of the film is set in the beautiful Palace of Versailles, with filming locations including the Rodin and Orangerie Museums, the Hotel Le Bristol and the Arc de Triomphe.
At its heart is an open-plan breakfasting kitchen/dining room/ orangerie.
The 3,500-square-foot space complements the garden's popular Orangerie, another gem of a greenhouse that opened in 1999.