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Description: Temple of Mercury 155 Metres East South East of Lynford Hall
Date Listed: 26 August 1977
English Heritage Building ID: 220977
OS Grid Reference: TL8203694086
OS Grid Coordinates: 582036, 294086
Latitude/Longitude: 52.5143, 0.6812
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TL 89 SW LYNFORD
8/30 Temple of Mercury
26:8:77 155 metres east south
east of Lynford Hall.
Gazebo. Circa 1862. Designed by W.Burns. Limestone ashlar formerly with
a lead or copper roof. Circular in plan with 6 Roman Doric columns on a
polygonal 3-step crepidoma and a section of plain wall occupying about one
third of the circumference. Continuous plain entablature supporting the
remains of a wooden truss in the form of a hemi-spherical cupola. Formerly
ceiled with sections of fallen plaster cornice surviving. Stone bench
Listing NGR: TL8203694086
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Source: English Heritage
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