round church


Also found in: Wikipedia.

round church

round church, plan
One whose plan is a circle; by extension, a church designed around a central vertical axis such as those of polygonal or Greek-cross form, though these are more accurately described as churches of the central type.
References in classic literature ?
At first his companions trusted him implicitly, and so great were the delights of flying that they wasted time circling round church spires or any other tall objects on the way that took their fancy.
"Well, anyway, I belong to the round church," said Peg comfortably, "and so the devil can't catch ME at the corners.
Richard Wigmore will introduce the festival at noon on June 5 at Acton Round Church with the English Haydn String Quartet illustrating his talk.
Richard Wigmore will introduce the festival at midday on June 5 at Acton Round Church with the English Haydn String Quartet illustrating his talk.
Tar very much Streets round Church of the Holy Rude look unsightly
The 12th-century Round Church built by the Knights Templar--a part of the Temple Church within the complex of the Inns of Law--was recently the setting for an ACE event to mark the publication of Visualising the Sacred City: London, Art and Religion.
The main feature of the church is its large, round church hall with a central dome.
He appears to have drowned - but why was his corpse found in the decidedly un-aquatic Round Church in Cambridge?
Another rare gem of English religious architecture is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, fondly known by locals as the Round Church, for its cylindrical shape.
A funeral service will be held at Bowmore Round Church at 11.30am on Saturday, with a cremation service at Glasgow's Linn Crematorium on Monday.
The chapter moves on to survey other crosses and churches from across Northern Europe, including Bornholm's round church and the Viking crosses at Middleton.
cambridgesummer inthecity.co.uk Bridge Street: There's a dramatic race corner at the Holy Sepulchre, commonly known as The Round Church, in the north of central Cambridge.