banqueting hall


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banqueting hall

[ˈbæŋkwɪtɪŋˌhɔːl] Ncomedor m de gala, sala f de banquetes
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When he entered the banqueting hall, whom should he see but Robin Hood himself.
And the steward left the banqueting hall to see the commands of his patron obeyed.
After prayers we had dinner in a great banqueting hall which was lighted by hundreds of grease-jets, and everything was as fine and lavish and rudely splendid as might become the royal degree of the hosts.
Then there was a clatter of silver dishes, or golden ones, which made him imagine a rich feast in a splendid banqueting hall.
THESE amazing images show the incredible 19th-century banqueting hall which lies hidden beneath the streets of Liverpool.
Other components include the Castle of Emperor Fasilides, the Castle of Emperor Iyasu, the Library of Tzadich Yohannes, the Chancellery of Tzadich Yohannes, the Castle of Emperor David, the Palace of Mentuab, and the Banqueting Hall of the Emperor Bekaffa.
The 19th Century mansion and its medieval banqueting hall will host the loved-up pair and their nearest and dearest to celebrate their nuptials.
In 1860 he commissioned architect John Dobson to design a banqueting hall in Jesmond Dene in Newcastle.
The new owners of the former Clifton Cinema will be transforming the Art Deco building into a banqueting hall and restaurant.
King Harald V of Norway will receive the honour from the Lord Mayor of Newcastle, Coun David Wood, at a ceremony in the Civic Centre banqueting hall on Thursday.
Then you are deflected either right towards the banqueting hall or left to a foyer in which space whooshes upwards and you can see, though not reach, galleries in which the circulation of the first and second floors is exposed.
The manor was built for the monks of St Werburgh Abbey, in Chester, who used the larger building as monastery cottages and the other as a banqueting hall.