Irish Pyramids

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Grave of Andrew, Lord Rutherford, Dean Cemetery Edinburgh - Andrew Rutherfurd, Lord Rutherfurd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Grave of Andrew, Lord Rutherford, Dean Cemetery Edinburgh

pyramid as a memorial to Irish soldiers in Merrion Square Park. Soldiers, Architecture Design, Irish, Sidewalk, Park, Irish Language, Walkway, Ireland, Architecture Illustrations
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pyramid as a memorial to Irish soldiers in Merrion Square Park.

Gallery of The Pyramid Viewpoint / BTE Architecture – 1 Galerie der Pyramidenansicht / BTE-Architektur – 1 Wood Architecture, Architecture Details, Famous Architecture, Pyramid House, Design Commercial, Temporary Structures, Loch Lomond, Stunning View, House Styles
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Wedge-shaped viewpoint overlooks Loch Lomond

Designed by architectural practice, BTE, An Ceann Mòr

The empty pyramid at Garvagh Site Visit, Photo Competition, Top Destinations, Site Design, New Image, Empty, Ireland, Street View, Selena

Garvagh Pyramid

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Mausoleum pyramid at Blickling Hall, designed by Joseph Bonomi Norfolk, Joseph, Irish, Building, Design, Construction, Irish Language, Buildings, Ireland
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Blickling, Norfolk

Sir William Chambers pyramid at The Neale

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By the Banks of the Slaney

A pyramid by the banks not of the Nile but the river Slaney, this is the Aldborough Mausoleum in Baltinglass, County Wicklow. The Earls of Aldborough have been discussed here before, both in relati…

Sitting at the top of Whiteash Hill Fochabers. This cairn was dedicated to the memory of Francis Harriet The Duchess of Richmond by her husband The Duke of Gordon. Have you visited? Speyside Snaps by Chris Reid Duke, Irish, Husband, Memories, Top, Beautiful, Instagram, Irish Language, Ireland
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MoraySpeyside on Instagram: “Sitting at the top of Whiteash Hill, Fochabers. This cairn was dedicated to the memory of Francis Harriet, The Duchess of Richmond by her…”

Sitting at the top of Whiteash Hill Fochabers. This cairn was dedicated to the memory of Francis Harriet The Duchess of Richmond by her husband The 1st Duke of Gordon. Have you visited? Speyside Snaps by Chris Reid

on Hill of Rowan Tarfside, north of Edzell Rowan, Irish, Spaces, Building, Travel, Construction, Trips, Irish Language, Buildings
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The Maule Monument

on Hill of Rowan Tarfside, north of Edzell

Bannatyne Mausoleum, Church Street, Limerick, Irish, Street, Building, Travel, Construction, Trips, Irish Language, Buildings, Viajes
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Bannatyne Mausoleum, Church Street, Limerick,

The Pyramid of Dublin, Killiney Hill, County Dublin 1852 Victoria Hill, Dublin Bay, Swiss Cottage, July 14th, Lodges, Irish, National Parks, Castle, Cottages

The Pyramid of Dublin, Killiney Hill, County Dublin 1852

What's so special? A top location for a photo opportunity The Pyramid of Dublin was constructed in 1852 and is classified as an 'odd stepped pyramidal folly'. It was commissioned by Robert Warren who bought these lands in 1840 and enlarged the house on the lands and renamed

Kilbixy (Baronstown) Westmeath 1812 for the Malone family Greek Doric & Egyptian-revival. It has a high pitched pyramid-shaped limestone roof & wooden doors. Beneath the stone floor is the vault where four members of the Malone family are interred, including the famous Edmond Malone and his brother, Richard Malone (Lord Sunderlin). The wrought iron railing surrounding the mausoleum are a later 19th century addition

Kilbixy (Baronstown) Westmeath 1812 for the Malone family Greek Doric & Egyptian-revival. It has a high pitched pyramid-shaped limestone roof & wooden doors. Beneath the stone floor is the vault where four members of the Malone family are interred, including the famous Edmond Malone and his brother, Richard Malone (Lord Sunderlin). The wrought iron railing surrounding the mausoleum are a later 19th century addition

The Burrowes Mausoleum at Gilltown

Seahan Forest...Dublin Mountains Dublin, Irish, Mountains, Irish Language, Ireland, Bergen
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Seahan Forest...Dublin Mountains

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Another de Burgh pyramid in Naas

The de Burgh mausoleum Naas under restoration