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screens passage

In a medieval hall, 1, a wooden screen placed in front of the doors that led to the kitchen or buttery so as to block them from view.
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Turn left, towards the Great Hall and then right along the path towards the clocktower to your right.
The 7,737-pipe organ, in the Great Hall, was the largest in Britain until surpassed by the Albert Hall in 1871.
It's a landmark both outside and inside and it's best known for its Great Hall, which [includes] a 70 foot concave ceiling in the style of an enormous chapel.
Jeremy Lamond, of Halls Fine Art in Shrewsbury, is keen to track down the pieces which stood in the home's Great Hall before the sale.
Inside the building, ornamented rooms are disposed in symmetrical fashion; to the east of the great hall, the interior is pierced by a circular void containing the famous Tulip Stair (the name deriving from the repeating wrought iron pattern of the balustrade).
The exhibition in the Great Hall, featuring photographs of the castle from the Victorian era, opens on New Year's Day and runs until February 16.
The Great Hall at Scotty's Castle, right, was the room in which Death Valley Scotty would regale visitors with tall tales 70 years ago.
A speaker's thundering voice, echoing through a great hall, can sound dramatic, but too much reverberation often makes it practically impossible for listeners to understand what the speaker is saying.
The pacts have been inked the amid the high level talks that took place at the Great Hall of the People here in course of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli's official visit.
CARRINGTONS Catering, of Roby Mill, near Skelmersdale, has been appointed as an official food and beverage provider at The Great Hall at Mains, north of Blackpool.
The campus has also already started taking bookings for conferences and events at its PS32m Great Hall on the Bay Campus in 2019.