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Tsaritsyno Palace, Moscow: the Second Cavalier Building (the octagon)

RIBA38767
Bazhenov, Vasilii Ivanovich (1737-1799)

Fort William and the Red Road, Kolkata (Calcutta)

RIBA45942
NOTES: Fort William was built in 1781 and the statue of Lord Hardinge by John Henry Foley was placed by the Red Road in 1858.

Royal Air Force West Drayton development, Hillingdon, London: the sergeants' mess block

RIBA49573
Gollins Melvin Ward & Partners
NOTES: This complex comprised guardhouse, barracks, education centre, medical centre, messes and family shops.

Royal Air Force West Drayton development, Hillingdon, London: the sergeants' mess block

RIBA49574
Gollins Melvin Ward & Partners
NOTES: This complex comprised guardhouse, barracks, education centre, medical centre, messes and family shops.

Kasr-el-Nil Barracks, Cairo: entrance front of the pavilion overlooking the River Nile

RIBA49589
NOTES: Designed as the War Minister's residence and built between 1853 and 1863, these buildings became the barracks of the British Army in Egypt in 1882 until 1946.

Kasr-el-Nil Barracks, Cairo: corner of the white and gold drawing room

RIBA49590
NOTES: Designed as the War Minister's residence and built between 1853 and 1863, these buildings became the barracks of the British Army in Egypt in 1882 until 1946. They were demolished in 1947. This drawing room served as the Officers' Mess.
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