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  • Temple of Pan, Osterley Park . Eighteenth century neoclassic style temple at Osterley Park. The interior, redesigned by Robert Adam in the late 18th century, has been painstakingly preserved. . . . Source/Credit: nationaltrust.co.uk, regencyhistory Photo: d0gwalker via Flickr
  • Le pavillon de musique de la Comtesse du Barry
  • Pavillon de Chasse
  • Pavillon at Château de Mme du Barry à Louveciennes
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  • West Wycombe Park (3)    A folly at West Wycombe Park, Buckinghamshire, created by Sir Francis Dashwood.
  • loveisspeed.......: Wilton House is an English country house situated at Wilton near Salisbury in Wiltshire.
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  • The Temple, Shropshire - designed in 1783 by architect James Wyatt for ornament and as a teahouse.
  • Gorgeous garden folly.
  • Temple of the Four Winds.  Castle Howard -  Yorkshire, England. The pavilion, situated at the SE corner was designed by Sir John Vanbrugh in 1724. The cube-shaped building, with dome and porticoes is partly modelled on Palladio's famous 16th century Villa Rotonda in Vicenza. The interiors were decorated with scagliola in 1738 by the stuccoist Francesco Vassalli. The temple, with its fine views, was used as a place for refreshment and reading.
  • Bramham Park - Palladian inspired 'Open Temple' - built circa 1700
  • Castle Ruins, Poland
  • Manor house castle portal.
  • Beacon Tower - Cotswald, England