St. Mary's of Grey-Abbey, County Down, Ireland, as Existing in the Year A.D. 1874: A Series of Measured and Sketch Drawings, Details, &c., of this Ancient Cistercian Monastery, with Historical and Descriptive Letterpress
The Author, 1874 - Cistercian architecture - 18 pages
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