south porch

south porch

A porch which shelters the entrance to a church; located on the right side of the church as one faces the altar.
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restore the existing foundation of the farmhouse and its ancillary components in the area that the existing concrete south porch covered.
Jim Cowell tells me he also has a memorial stone that stands near the south porch of Christ Church, Woodhouse Hill, Huddersfield.
It consists of an aisled nave, chancel, south porch and north vestry.
1 m Connection Through two sides entrance--It is not directly related to the yard, porch reaches the wind-catcher from endwise Interior casting plaster with decorations Table 3: The characteristics of South porch of Do-Soffeh (two platforms) house, source: author.
In addition to this, a daily audio-visual presentation will be showcased from 8 pm--11 pm at the South Porch Entrance, starting from Sunday.
Rushing out of the south porch are two monumental Lynn Chadwick figures, Jubilee IV, a bride and groom, full of joy, in a high wind, celebrating Chadwick's centenary year.
But if you're looking for a quiet Saturday night in Durham, then I suggest you make your way to the old cathedral, and locate the famous medieval knocker in the south porch.
Gone: Where was used to There was no bell at the church until 1957 when the present enclosed bell turret was erected over the south porch to contain a bell presented to St.
Until recently the church in this village held, in the parvis chamber above the south porch, the remains of an eighteenth-century armoury.
The beautiful south porch, now the Bishop Haigh Memorial Chapel, was added later.
In the small-town American South porch sitting was once a nearly universal pastime.

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