architecture

Review – British Baroque at Tate Britain

Us British aren’t exactly known for being a flamboyant and outgoing people. So when the Tate announced a new exhibition devoted to British Baroque – that short lived but extravagant art and architectural style – I was intrigued. What exactly is British Baroque I hear you ask? Well, have you ever been to Blenheim Palace…

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Pristine Presteigne

Picture the scene – pink roses rambling around the cottage door, local residents on the way to church, timber framed shops lining once-medieval streets. Sounds like the picture postcard perfect English town scene doesn’t it? Only this town is in Wales. Welcome to Presteigne. Presteigne is in modern-day Powys, but literally straddles the England – Wales…

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Historygram – The Best Instagram Accounts for Church History Lovers

In the second of a series of posts on the top historical accounts to follow on Instagram, I present my favourite accounts to follow for churches, their history and their architecture. Why churches you ask? Well, when I visit somewhere new very often the first stop I make is to the local church. Nearly every…

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