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Villa da Porto Barbaran, Montorso Vicentino: the colonnade of the balustrade

RIBA39889
NOTES: This Palladian style villa was never completed in that the right wing and 'barchessa' (open barn) are lacking.

Villa da Porto Barbaran, Montorso Vicentino: the barchessa (open barn)

RIBA39891
NOTES: This Palladian style villa was never completed in that the right wing and 'barchessa' (open barn) are lacking.

Villa da Porto Barbaran, Montorso Vicentino: the colonnade of the 'barchessa' (open barn) seen from the villa

RIBA39898
NOTES: This Palladian style villa was never completed in that the right wing and 'barchessa' (open barn) are lacking.

Villa da Porto Barbaran, Montorso Vicentino: close-up of the colonnade of the 'barchessa' (open barn)

RIBA39901
NOTES: This Palladian style villa was never completed in that the right wing and 'barchessa' (open barn) are lacking.

Villa da Porto Barbaran, Montorso Vicentino: column detail of the 'barchessa' (open barn)

RIBA39902
NOTES: This Palladian style villa was never completed in that the right wing and 'barchessa' (open barn) are lacking.

Tithe barn, Great Coxwell, Oxfordshire

RIBA42166
NOTES: This barn, the sole surviving building of a 13th century grange, was built of Cotswold rubble-stone walling, with a Cotswold slate roof. Forming part of the Coleshill Estate, it was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1956 by Ernest Cook, the grandson and joint heir to the fortune of Thomas Cook, the famous travel agent, and founder of the Ernest Cook Trust, which is dedicated to the preservation of English country houses and their estates.

Tithe barn, Great Coxwell, Oxfordshire

RIBA42167
NOTES: This barn, the sole surviving building of a 13th century grange, was built of Cotswold rubble-stone walling, with a Cotswold slate roof. Forming part of the Coleshill Estate, it was bequeathed to the National Trust in 1956 by Ernest Cook, the grandson and joint heir to the fortune of Thomas Cook, the famous travel agent, and founder of the Ernest Cook Trust, which is dedicated to the preservation of English country houses and their estates.

Barn, Great Linford, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

RIBA43459
NOTES: Great Linford is part of the urban area of Milton Keynes, designated a new town in 1967.

Brick barn, Great Linford, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

RIBA43463
NOTES: Great Linford is part of the urban area of Milton Keynes, designated a new town in 1967.
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