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Mottisfont Cellarium

By martin174
This Cellarium is part of the original 13th century Priory/Abbey. It was very lucky to survive King Henry 8th dissolution of the church. He gave the Priory to one of his favoured statesmen Sir William Sandys. Instead of destroying it he turned the church nave into the main body of the new mansion. The cellarium was used as its name suggests for storage. Abbey was added to its name during there 18th century possibly for a more romantic/nostalgic reasons.

Many thanks for your votes and comments on my previous upload and special thanks to Inkfiends ua, very much appreciated.


Tags: Architecture Room Storage Cellarium Mottisfont abbey

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Saastad Plus
3 16 17 Norway
31 Jan 2020 5:56PM
Beautiful work!
JuBarney Plus
11 36 6 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2020 7:35PM
pamelajean Plus
16 1.8k 2275 United Kingdom
31 Jan 2020 8:00PM
One of my favourite and most atmospheric places to visit, love its architecture.
LoryC 6 2 Italy
31 Jan 2020 9:59PM
Beautiful light.

Chinga Plus
12 112 3 United Kingdom
1 Feb 2020 4:16PM
Beautiful architectural shot....
1 Feb 2020 9:40PM
Lillian Plus
13 23 17 United Kingdom
8 Feb 2020 10:50AM
a lovely composition Martin, love the light coming through
a brilliant image

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