neogothic


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neogothic

(ˌnɪəʊˈɡɒθɪk)
n
(Architecture) another name for Gothic Revival
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neogothic

[ˌniːəʊˈgɒθɪk] ADJneogótíco
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Another great day out is Cambusnethan House, a neogothic masterpiece known as The Priory - one of the last great houses of the upper Clyde Valley to survive.
Tourists frequent the church for its unique architectural qualities (an all-steel prefab church that nevertheless looks like a real Neogothic original in its interior).
Citing recent criticism, Brown finds a web of intertextual links between neogothic vampire literature and Milton's Satan.
The commemorative stamp features the sprawling campus of neogothic architecture, including the iconic spires of its gothic Basilica, elegantly situated at the heart of Manila.
According to Empiric, the site is a Grade II listed, neogothic style former Welsh Baptist Chapel, which has planning consent for a 93 bed residential development.
The neogothic interior of the church in Mont Sainte-Hilaire, decorated by Leduc, set the standard for the many churches we visited on our trip.
Surrounded by buildings in the neoGothic, neo-Baroque and Art Nouveau styles, it was initially one of the most controversial constructions in Prague only to become, later, a benchmark of the capital.
The connection and interrelation among this element and others such as his use of neogothic elements and his exploratory representations of sexuality and gender are also indicated.
Voted the third most beautiful bookstore in the world by Lonely Planet, the store was designed by Xavier Esteves as a neogothic piece with a touch of art nouveau.
in a series of stark scenarios featuring wide angle shots panning a fantastic urban skyline; focused, swarming street scenes; and vast, labyrinthine interiors in a neogothic mansion haunted by devil dolls and murderous cyborgs.
Her work includes three previous novels: The Invisible Circus (1994), look at Me (2001), and a work of neogothic metafiction, The Keep (*** Nov/Dec 2006).
The focus on the left channel are the late nineteenth century neogothic buildings of the parliament, showcasing the monumentality of the central Peace Tower and other architectural details, such as the carved reliefs of Aboriginal peoples.