Victorian architecture

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a style of architecture used in Britain during the reign of Queen Victoria

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For women's magazines and readership see Ledbetter, British Victorian Women's Periodicals and Jennifer Phegley, Educating the Proper Woman Reader: Victorian Family Literary Magazines and the Cultural Health of the Nation (Columbus: Ohio State Univ.
Remains of the old British Victorian Cemetery, Begum ki Sehrai, Bahram Ki Baradari, Tomb of the unknown dancer and many Hindu, Jain and Sikh temples of the bygone era are located in the vicinity.
The British Victorian paintings are being shown in London alongside other masterpieces of late Victorian art from the Tate Collection.
His acclaimed book,Seaport,an architectural tour through Liverpool, was the first serious academic appreciation of any British Victorian cityscape.
But his main interest is in two nineteenth-century genres where the action of rewriting Christ took place dramatically and influentially: German theology in quest of the historical Jesus, and British Victorian fiction.
In 1975, the company launched its "Rosy Life" brand of clothing, inspired by British Victorian floral design arid available in their Rosy Life shops, located inside department stores.
Whether this work stands as a sole reminder of this lost portion of Victoriana, or whether it will mark the beginning of an emergent study of black British Victorian history remains to be seen.
No longer disguised as a man, but instead displayed as a specimen of Victorian femininity, Ellen was "exhibited" to British Victorian sentiments in the service of abolition.
This thin volume--122 pages of text and thirty of notes--examines the theory and practice of British Victorian sermons.
With fascinating guest books in every room, this welcoming, antique- strewn place knocks spots off most British Victorian hotels.
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