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Holy Trinity Church, Prince Alfred's Square, King William's Town

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Anonymous
Post date: 07/08/2012
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Visual Description: ASYMMETRICAL PLAN BELOW A STEEP RIDGED, PITCHED, PARAPET GABLED ROOF WITH SQUAT TOWER ADJACENT TO CHURCH. AT THE GABLE END FACING THE STREET A VARIETY OF SMALLER GABLE ENDED PARTS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE CHURCH. MAIN ENTRANCE TO THE CHURCH IS PAST THE BELL TOWER, WHICH IS BUTRESSED ON ITS CORNERS. THE TOWER HAS SMALL POINTED ARCH WINDOWS AS WELL AS TIMBER LOUVRED VENTILATORS. FENESTRATION MAINLY MAKES USE OF STAINED GLASS WINDOWS. ALL THE DOORS ARE TIMBER AND HAS ORNATE CAST IRON HINGES.
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Condition: EXCELLENT
Construction Date: 1850-1855
Materials: SLATE ROOF ON NATURAL STONE
Catalogue: Frescura, 1987 (a), No: 008, Significance Category:

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Bibliography archive: Herholdt, Albrecht William White-Cooper p. 114-115
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HIGH LANDMARK VALUE. COMMERCIAL CONTEXT. HUGE GARDEN
 
 

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