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Royal Crescent, Bath

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Royal Crescent, Bath : R. Woodroffe

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A quaint engraving of the Royal Crescent in Bath, an icon of Georgian architecture. The crescent was built between 1767 and 1775, and designed by John Wood the Younger. The 500-foot-long crescent has an impressive ha-ha, which was designed to keep grazing animals out of the more formal areas of the garden - cattle and sheep shown here.
region: Somerset
mapmaker: R. Woodroffe
place and date of publication: Bath c. 1880
medium and colour: Steelplate, Uncoloured
size in mm: 70 by 85mm (2.75 by 3.25 inches).
ref: 44298

Price: £ 30£ 15

 
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