Leicestershire and Rutland
Yale University Press, Mar 1, 1985 - Architecture - 576 pages
This volume shows that the large and the small Midland counties possess a varied and rewarding range of buildings. Church architecture encompasses the classical Normanton, to Market Harborough with its elegant medieval steeple, and a fine group of Victorian churches in Leicester.
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