United Kingdom Follies Building Types Architecture

An illustrated introduction by Ed Broom to this six-story 16th-century building overlooking the River Orwell in Suffolk, with extracts about it from various guidebooks.

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  • Freston Tower - An illustrated introduction by Ed Broom to this follies six-story 16th-century united kingdom building overlooking the River Orwell in follies Suffolk, with extracts about united kingdom it from various guidebooks.
  • Painswick Rococo Garden - Official site for this 18th-century garden dotted with building types follies. follies Photographs, description and visitor information.
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  • John "Mad Jack" Fuller - Biography of this eccentric Georgian squire and MP, united kingdom remembered for folly building, philanthropy and patronage of the arts united kingdom and sciences. Includes photographs and descriptions of his follies.
  • Virtual Portmeirion - Online tours, hundreds of photographs and information about building types Portmeirion, follies North Wales, a picturesque village created by building types Sir Clough follies Williams-Ellis, including architectural follies.

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