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The Gloriette - Portmeirion
Wales

The Gloriette overlooks the Piazza at Portmeion in North Wales, an architectural fantasy by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis.


The Gloriette provides a focal point that could go almost unoticed if seen from the rear.

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