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The Désert de Retz is a ruined French garden in Chambourcy, France - the Temple of Pan folly.

The Désert de Retz is a ruined French garden in Chambourcy, France - the Temple of Pan folly.

Pigeonnier à Frejeville - Lieu dit 'Le rouch' -  Tarn  dept. - Midi-Pyrénées région, France

Pigeonnier à Frejeville - Lieu dit 'Le rouch' - Tarn dept. - Midi-Pyrénées région, France

Scotland

Nothing But Folly….

The Dunmore Pineapple - Scotland. Historic home turned hotel in central Scotland. The building containing a hothouse was used, among other things, for growing pineapples. Built in 1761

1 COURBaRIEU ENTRE CASTILLONNES ET VILLEREAL A DROITE copie

1 COURBaRIEU ENTRE CASTILLONNES ET VILLEREAL A DROITE copie

Assier : Colombier des Pradels du XVIe (Avant restauration)

Halles, Refuge, Birdhouses, Temple, Pigeon Loft, Wash Tubs, Restoration, Places, Bird Houses

pigeonnier Flaran Gers                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

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Pigeonnier à Lampaut, Lieu-dit Roquefort (Tarn, 81)

Le Pigeon, Pigeon Loft, France Travel, Tarn, Halles, Refuge, Country Barns, Monuments, Pools

Toulongergues 12 Aveyron,  au hameau Mas de Pauty, curieux pigeonnier constitué d'une caisse à colombage reposant sur une tour ronde,

Similar to the Pigeonnier we lived in while we built our Beau Chene home. On the estate, retreat, of Huey Long who served pigeon as a delicacy for his guests.

Alnwick, Northumberland - Brizlee Tower. Set atop a hill in Hulne Park, the tower was erected in 1781.  A 26-metre-high elaborately ornamental tower in dressed stone was commissioned in about 1777 to commemorate the Duke's wife Lady Elizabeth Seymour, who died in 1776. Completed in 1781.

Britain's best architectural follies

Set atop a hill in Hulne Park, the tower was erected in A elaborately ornamental tower in dressed stone was commissioned in about 1777 to commemorate the Duke's wife Lady Elizabeth Seymour, who died in Completed in

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