Pitzhanger Manor 01: Anish Kapoor meets Sir John Soane

Pitzhanger Manor 01: Anish Kapoor meets Sir John …

Sir John Soane’s Townhouse Museum in Lincoln’s Inn Fields is one of the most popular museums in London.  Its neo-classical Georgian architectural design has certainly earned a place on the list of ‘essential visits’ for architecture students worldwide.  What most…

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Discover Four Seasons Garden on Kynance Mews

Discover Four Seasons Garden on Kynance Mews

“Winter is an etching, spring a watercolour, summer an oil painting and autumn a mosaic of them all” – Stanley Horowitz Walking down Kynance Mews today, the iconic red vines on the Entrance Archway are just barren dried branches now. …

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CHESTER STORY 03 : Deva Victrix

CHESTER STORY 03 : Deva Victrix

The remains of the largest Roman Amphitheatre for civilians and nearby public Bath House were another interesting historical sites to visit when in Chester. The amphitheatre was built in the 1st Century with capacity of 8,000-10,000 seating, was the largest…

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CHESTER STORY 02: Deva Fluvius

CHESTER STORY 02: Deva Fluvius

Chester is a walled city situated on the bank of River Dee, close to the border of England and Wales. Both the river and the well preserved Roman City Wall, built during the reign of Emperor Vespasian in AD79 to…

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CHESTER STORY 01: Winter Forest

CHESTER STORY 01: Winter Forest

“There is something incredibly honest about trees in winter, how they’re experts at letting things go.” – Jeffrey McDaniel   My first adventure of 2016 is a trip to Chester, a Roman walled city on the bank of River Dee…

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