What happens next is up to your imagination. Over the last 300 years, the The Grange has played host to everyone from Winston Churchill – who met with General Eisenhower in the former Picture Gallery – to Hollywood director Baz Luhrmann, who filled the entire main house with flowers.
The name Robert is an ancient Germanic given name, from Proto-Germanic *Hrōþi-"fame" and *berhta-"bright" (Hrōþiberhtaz). Compare Old Dutch Robrecht and Old High German Hrodebert (a compound of Hruod (Old Norse: Hróðr) "fame, glory, honour, praise, renown" and berht "bright, light, shining").
On 3 October 1754, Robert Adam in the company of his brother James (who went as far as Brussels) set off from Edinburgh for his Grand Tour, stopping for a few days in London, where they visited the Mansion House, London, St Stephen Walbrook, St Paul's Cathedral, Windsor, Berkshire, in the company of Thomas Sandby who showed them his landscaping at Windsor Great Park and Virginia Water Lake.
At some point after disappearance - Jurgen Leitner begins living in the tunnels that used to be Millbank Prison, designed by Robert Smirke, and part of which are underneath The Magnus Institute. November, 2010 - Jurgen Leitner meets Gertrude Robinson and they begin working together in secret. 2014 - Jurgen Leitner gets beaten up by Gerard Keay.
hace 2 días · Unsurprisingly, Smirke was employed to rebuild and repair the Custom House, and he replaced the entire central section containing the Long Room in 1825. It is Smirke’s sober sensibility that prevails today, incorporating Laing’s east and west wings into an authoritative frontage of uniformity with an institutional restraint in embellishment and a spare, sombre proportion throughout.
El arquitecto Robert Smirke fue el encargado de diseñar la actual sede del museo. El museo empezó a atraer a muchos conservadores e historiadores, lo que hizo que se empezaran a catalogar y a clasificar todas las piezas que contenían. El primero de estos catálogos se publicó en 1808.
Full of charm and character Mar Hall dates back 1828, designed by Sir Robert Smirke, architect of the British Museum, London. Now bordering a mature 18-hole championship golf course, our grand private residence is perfect for leisure escapes or business travel, and a stunning setting for the most luxurious of weddings. Read More