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  1. Relationship with James Burton (b.1761) and Decimus Burton. The parents of John Nash, and Nash himself during his childhood, lived in Southwark, where James Burton worked as an 'Architect and Builder' and developed a positive reputation for prescient speculative building between 1785 and 1792.

  2. Planned and built by renowned architect James Burton, St Leonards became a family affair as Burton’s son, Decimus, took over the task after his father’s death. Burton Senior had long cherished a vision of a coastal town and had perfected his craft in London working on the beautiful buildings of Bloomsbury and Regents Park. St Leonards-on-Sea...

  3. Cleopatra ist ein von Twentieth Century Fox produzierter Monumentalfilm von Joseph L. Mankiewicz aus dem Jahr 1963.Der Film erzählt das Leben der ägyptischen Pharaonin Kleopatra VII. ausgehend von Carlo Maria Franzeros romanhafter Biografie Kleopatra.

  4. › wiki › AbersychanAbersychan - Wikipedia

    The ironwork's main office building and quadrangle were designed by architect Decimus Burton, best known for his design of London Zoo. The works passed to the New British Iron Company in 1843 and to the Ebbw Vale Company in 1852, before closing in 1889. On 6 February 1890, an underground explosion at Llanerch Colliery killed 176.

  5. The park was developed by John Nash (1752-1835), James Burton (1761-1837), and Decimus Burton (1800-1881), with construction starting c. 1818. It was first opened to the general public in 1835. It was named after ...

  6. Situated just two miles outside the spa town of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Salomons Estate is a stunning Victorian mansion, designed by the acclaimed architect Decimus Burton. Set in 36 acres of rolling gardens, parkland and woods, it enjoys an enviable location in the heart of England’s garden, yet within an hour’s travel of London.

  7. Greenhouse, building designed for the protection of tender or out-of-season plants against excessive cold or heat. Large greenhouses are important in agriculture and horticulture and for botanical science, while smaller structures are commonly used by hobbyists, collectors, and home gardeners.