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  1. Today, Sir John Soane’s Museum occupies three buildings, Nos 12, 13, and 14 Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Sir John Soane acquired and rebuilt each of these buildings during his lifetime. In 1792, Soane bought No. 12, at that time a 17th century house which he demolished and rebuilt as his home and office.

  2. Visitors with disabilities are very welcome to Sir John Soane's Museum. The Museum is a historic and unique building, and as such its architectural features can pose some challenges for visitors. Please call 020 7405 2107 so we can ensure your requirements are met during your visit.

  3. Jan (stgr. Ἰωάννης od hebr. rdzenia יחנ – łaska) – imię męskie pochodzenia biblijnego.Po hebrajsku יוחנן (Jochanan) oznacza „Jahwe jest łaskaw”.”. Według Ewangelii imię to nosił prorok Jan Chrzciciel oraz apostoł Jan Ewang

  4. Hace 1 día · The show at Sir John Soane’s Museum opens in tandem with a virtual retrospective celebrating the prize, designed by Make Architects. A frame from Antonio Paoletti’s graphic novel, Reconfiguring Addis Ababa’s Narratives, which won the Architecture Drawing Prize’s hand-drawn category

  5. The architect John Soane designed a tomb for his wife and himself in the churchyard, which is now Grade I listed. This mausoleum may have provided the inspiration for the design by Giles Gilbert Scott of the iconic red telephone boxes.

  6. One Marylebone, formally Holy Trinity Church, was built in 1826-28 to the designs of Sir John Soane to celebrate the defeat of Napoleon. Soane (1753 –1837) was arguably England’s finest architect in the Neo-Classical style.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › John_MachinJohn Machin - Wikipedia

    John Machin (bapt. c. 1686 – June 9, 1751) was a professor of astronomy at Gresham College, London.He is best known for developing a quickly converging series for pi in 1706 and using it to compute pi to 100 decimal places.

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