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ornate

Highly ornamented.
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The Supreme Council of Antiquities discovered an ornately decorated underground compartment dating back to the 11th dynasty, after looters set off a landslide in the village of Arabat-Abydos in Sohag.
The Amazing Travels of Ibn Battuta" is richly illustrated in a rainbow palate of colors based on sand brown backgrounds by Intelaq Mohammed Ali, an Iraqi artist, with ornately decorated portraits of characters, cities, and animals and continent -shaped maps of exotic places where Ibn Battuta traveled.
It's Grade II-listed and the interior will knock your socks off, with eye-popping Minton-Hollins tiles, stained and leaded windows, ornately carved wooden bars, tiled arches and an elaborate wrought iron baluster running up a wide staircase.
There are only 22 in the world they are all circular, ornately decorated and date back to the early 1900s.
The hotel is wrapping up a restoration of the rooms and ornately gilded lobby.
There is a magnificent temple, ornately decorated, and extensive gardens for vegetables and herbs.
As if that weren't ambitious enough, co-directors lain Forsyth and Jane Pollard, who wrote the movie with Cave, add ornately detailed production design and gorgeous widescreen images to the mix, defying the rough-edged, caught-on-the-fly feel of most rock docus.
To the front there is a large gravelled driveway surrounded by a mature hedgerow leading to the entrance porch and ornately glazed door.
The classic story of love and innocence, mystery and magic set to Tchaikovsky's sublime score featured stunning choreography, sumptuous costumes and ornately detailed backdrops that formed the fantasy world in which the Lilac Fairy struggled against the evil Carabosse.
It was to provide warehousing for textile boss George Crosland and was ornately designed to catch the eye of rail travellers leaving the station.
Its ornately carved stone entrance displays two leaping fish and the official seal of Detroit.
Researchers have been trying for years to verify a claim imprinted on an ornately decorated calabash that it contains a sample of the blood of the French king guillotined in Paris on January 21, 1793.