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Saint Andrew's and Blackfriars in Norwich - plan &  description (1307 - 1470) - The most complete medieval friary complex surviving in England. #Gothic

Saint Andrew's and Blackfriars in Norwich - plan & description - - The most complete medieval friary complex surviving in England.

Medieval Castle Interior | Medieval, Loket Castle, Czech Republic | ~Castles & interior~

Medieval, Loket Castle, Czech Republic photo via alpiper (Blue Pueblo)

Ulu Camii Malatya 13th C tiled arch

Ulu Camii Malatya C tiled arch

Medieval Dungeon Discovered in England- Tim Allen at the entrance of the medieval dungeon - photo courtesy  South East Water

Medieval Dungeon Discovered in England- Tim Allen at the entrance of the medieval dungeon - photo courtesy South East Water

The Twin Towers of King’s Gate, Inner Curtain Wall, Dover Castle, Kent, England, UK. Northern entrance into Inner Bailey, or Keep Yard, with part of the Keep ("Great Tower") visible near top-left. Gateway arch: vaulted passage with drawbridge and portcullis, flanked by 2 of inner wall's 14 towers. View from North, or King's Gate Barbican. Norman Listed Building, English Heritage, and Scheduled Ancient Monument. Medieval History, Travel, and Tourism. See…

The Twin Towers of King’s Gate, Inner Curtain Wall, Dover Castle, Kent, England, UK. Northern entrance into Inner Bailey, or Keep Yard, with part of the Keep ("Great Tower") visible near top-left. Gateway arch: vaulted passage with drawbridge and portcullis, flanked by 2 of inner wall's 14 towers. View from North, or King's Gate Barbican. Norman Listed Building, English Heritage, and Scheduled Ancient Monument. Medieval History, Travel, and Tourism. See…

Beautiful Windows in Ightham Mote, a medieval manor house, dating to around 1320, close to the village of Ightham, near Sevenoaks in Kent. The name "mote" derives from "moot", "meeting [place]", rather than referring to the body of water.

Beautiful Windows in Ightham Mote, a medieval manor house, dating to around close to the village of Ightham, near Sevenoaks in Kent. The name & derives from & & [place]& rather than referring to the body of water.