A Guide to the Buildings of Coventry: An Illustrated Architectural History
The buildings featured in this book cover almost a millennium of history in a city that boats around one thousand listed buildings. This book describes and illustrates some of the finest examples that can be seen today and will serve as a useful guide for those wishing to explore and learn more about the history of Coventry through its buildings.
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Foreword and Acknowledgements
Medieval Buildings and Structures
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Allesley arches architect architecture Bablake School Bayley Lane blocks Bond's Hospital Broadgate buildings in Coventry built Castle cathedral chancel chapel church city centre Classical constructed corner Coundon Coventry Canal Coventry University Coventry's cycle decoration Demidowicz demolished designed doorway Earlsdon Early English east eighteenth century example excavations factory fifteenth century Foleshill Foleshill Road fourteenth gables Gardens Gosford Street Gothic Greyfriars Guild hall historic Holy Trinity industry interior jettied Keresley late listed buildings main entrance manor medieval buildings Millennium Scheme modern Modernist nave nineteenth century north side original parish Park Street post-war Priory Row rear restored roof rooms rural sandstone sixteenth spire Spon End Spon Street St Mary St Mary's St Mary's Cathedral St Michael's Stivichall stone Stoney Stanton street frontage style survived three-storey timber timber-framed timber-framed buildings top-shops tower town wall Tudor style two-storey undercroft Upper Precinct Walsgrave weavers Westwood Heath Whitefriars Wyken