Wimpole‘s folly in Cambridgeshire

Wimpole‘s folly in Cambridgeshire, England, built in 1700 In architecture, a follie is a building that is usually built exclusively for aesthetic pleasure. Originally, the buildings were built to accommodate or house people. Follies are just decoration; they no longer have the original function of a building. They were first built to set accents in parks and estates.
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Wimpole‘s folly in Cambridgeshire
Wimpole‘s folly in Cambridgeshire

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