Victorian architecture

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Noun1.Victorian architecture - a style of architecture used in Britain during the reign of Queen VictoriaVictorian architecture - a style of architecture used in Britain during the reign of Queen Victoria; characterized by massive construction and elaborate ornamentation
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As part of the scheme, a new private and secure car park will be made for Gingerbread Cottage Children's Nursery, which is next to the site.
The author, meanwhile, doesn't flinch on details like the smell of burning flesh that permeates the gingerbread cottage after Gretel famously pushes their captor into the brick oven.
In fact, it has a nickname all of its own which sums it up to a tee - the Gingerbread Cottage - so called, of course, because of its pretty exterior enhanced by duck tiled roofing that adds to the charm and character.
AT first glance The Lodge looks like something out of a fairytale, a gingerbread cottage which ought to be deep in the woods.
There are kits to transform store-bought pretzel rods into candy-coated treats, easily create snowflake-shaped holiday peppermint bark or build a gingerbread cottage, tree or even ornaments.
2 IT'S the perfect time of year to be king of your very own castle or share a gingerbread cottage made for two.
Their luxury play tents range from a gingerbread cottage, to a teepee, a Punch and Judy stall to a pretty pavilion, a sheriff's office to a farm barn.