Description: Stone Pavilion in Mote Park
Date Listed: 30 July 1951
English Heritage Building ID: 173448
OS Grid Reference: TQ7756254425
OS Grid Coordinates: 577562, 154425
Latitude/Longitude: 51.2613, 0.5435
Stone Pavilion in
TQ 75 SE 11/145B 30.7.51.
1801. A circular temple of Portland stone of the Trianon Temple de L'Amour
type. Consists of a circular central building with 3 high doorways in moulded
architrave surrounds with a colonnade of fluted Doric columns around it. These
columns support an entablature with triglyph frieze and a domed stone roof.
Round the architrave is the following inscription "Erected in 1801 by the Volunteers
of Kent as a tribute of respect to the Earl of Romney, Lord Lieutenant." The
pavilion is placed so as to be viewed at a distance from the windows of the
Listing NGR: TQ7838355024
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Source: English Heritage
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