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
architectural style, style of architecture, type of architecture - architecture as a kind of art form
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The exhibition, running from October 4 to 29, will use the building's Victorian architecture to provide a stunning backdrop for the items of musical heritage.
IT IS the jewel in the crown of Stanley Park, a building showcasing how the best of Victorian architecture can be restored and brought back to life.
The gallery will be hosting music, artisan food, fine art and an exciting exclusive tour of The Welbeck Estate's Victorian architecture, including the 5th Duke of Portland's "Grotto Tunnel".
SBlackfyne House in Blackhill, Consett, was built circa 1873 and is a classic example of Victorian architecture. Fresh life has been breathed into the detached house in recent years, with accommodation offering a tasteful blend of old and new.
This beautiful, regal house is a Grade II-listed Heritage property, and one of North London's preeminent examples of Victorian architecture.
Williams Victorian Home was completed circa 1886 and is said to be one of the finest examples of Victorian architecture in Mississippi."
Judges praised Tynemouth's elegant Victorian architecture, sweeping beaches, craggy cliffs, outstanding primary schools and cafe culture.
With Victorian architecture, public parks and gardens, and a cosmopolitan array of cafes, bars, restaurants and shops, the long-standing appeal of Glasgow's West End is easy to see.
"My portfolio was inspired by the Victorian architecture in Birmingham and London.
A main point of interest in Eastern Green is the attractive St Andrew's Parish Church, a fine example of Victorian architecture which was was designed by Samuel Sanders Teulon and built in 1875.
Opponents argue the design of the new Llandudno Pier Pavilion Development doesn't reflect the Victorian architecture "typified in the surrounding hotels, pier, gardens and promenade."
The petition states: "It is essential that the development at the former pier pavilion site reflects the Victorian architecture and aesthetics that are typified in the surrounding hotels, pier, gardens and promenade.

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