Looking Up

In many buildings in London the roof over your head is more than a means to keep out the  weather, it’s an expression of art , of creativity, and is designed to impress along with the rest of the structure.

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Banquet room, Hampton Court

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Strawberry Hill house

We’ve seen some impressive ceilings here. Some we can photograph, some we can’t.

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Strawberry Hill House

Some places we have visited provide a large mirror and waste level so you can study the ceiling without crooking your neck.

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Hampton Court

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Banquet House

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Hampton Court

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Painted Hall, Greenwich

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Canterbury Cathedral

Sometimes it’s fun to just look up at the natural ceiling:

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Down Town London

On the Stories Page there is a story about some of the LDS historical sites in London, also a story of how London dealt with abandoned children in the 1700’s. On the Places Page there are some pictures of some of England’s Spring rose gardens.

 

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