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Unidentified church in Molde

RIBA14313
NOTES: This is probably the cathedral built in 1887 destroyed by German bombing early in World War II.

Kelmscott Manor, Oxfordshire: interior of roof showing exposed beams

RIBA15649
NOTES: In 1869 this manor house became the rural retreat for William Morris with his family and the Pre-Raphaelite artist, Dante Gabriel Rossetti.

Schloss Linderhof (former Konigshauschen), Bavaria: the south facade and fountain in the central complex

RIBA15940
Dollmann, Georg Carl Heinrich von (1830-1895)
NOTES: This 'Royal Villa' of King Ludwig II of Bavaria originated as a hunting lodge belonging to his father Maximilian II. Known as the 'Konigshauschen', it was enlarged by Georg Dollmann between 1870 and 1878 with a U-shaped complex centred on the King's Bedchamber. Like its predecessor, the new building was a wooden post-and-infill construction.The facade was clad in stone in 1874. The gardens were landscaped by Carl Joseph von Effner.

Schloss Linderhof (former Konigshauschen), Bavaria: the south facade seen from the formal French gardens

RIBA15941
Dollmann, Georg Carl Heinrich von (1830-1895)
NOTES: This 'Royal Villa' of King Ludwig II of Bavaria originated as a hunting lodge belonging to his father Maximilian II. Known as the 'Konigshauschen', it was enlarged by Georg Dollmann between 1870 and 1878 with a U-shaped complex centred on the King's Bedchamber. Like its predecessor, the new building was a wooden post-and-infill construction.The facade was clad in stone in 1874. The gardens were landscaped by Carl Joseph von Effner.

Portico of a Buddhist temple

RIBA16323
SOURCE: Revue generale de l'architecture et des travaux publics, vol. 43, 1886, pl. 19-20
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