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And Jr. (1704–54 and 1728–81, respectively). They were responsible, among others, for the Royal Crescent (1767–75), where you can visit one house’s interior and even lodge in another. Royal Crescent, Bath • John Soane’s London sights. The best Greek revival building by Soane in London is his own idiosyncratic house (1812–13), now Sir John Soane’s Museum. Of his most famous commission, the Bank of England (1732–34) in Bartholomew Lane, only the facade survived a 20th-century restructuring. • British Museum, London (1823).
7 69 WHEN YOU’LL FIND BARGAINS In short, spring offers the countryside at its greenest; autumn brings the bright colors of the northern moorlands; and summer’s warmer weather gives rise to the many outdoor music and theater festivals. But winter offers savings across the board and a chance to see Britons going about their everyday lives largely unhindered by tourist invasions. The cheapest time to travel to Britain is during the off season: from November 1 to December 12 and from December 25 to March 14.
Damien Hirst (b. 1965). The guy who pickles cows, Hirst is a celebrity/artist whose work sets out to shock. He’s a winner of Britain’s Turner Prize, and his work is prominent in the collection of Charles Saatchi, whose Saatchi Gallery in London displays his holdings. 2 Architecture 101 While each architectural era has its distinctive features, there are some elements, floor plans, and terms Apse common to many. This is particuChapels Chancel larly true of churches, large numAltar bers of which were built in Europe from the Middle Ages through the 18th century.