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“It is a beautiful drive through the National Park of Hoge Veluwe to the Kr ö ller-M ü ller Museum, where Rietveld's sculpture pavilion, which he designed in 1955 for a different site, was re-erected in the '60s and has recently been well renovated.”
“The Imperial Hotel was finally demolished—not by nature, but by man—in 1968, its entrance and lobby re-erected in an outdoor museum of the Meiji period.”
“They were East Anglian bricks transported by railway to our own Templecombe station in south Somerset, and thence to this hillside site off Cabbage Lane, and re-erected there in 1936.”
“One of the special features of the troje was its ease of disassembly, so it could be broken down, moved and re-erected in a single day.”
“For obvious reasons this was the archaeological equivalent of keyhole surgery, but it was sufficient to identify some of the mighty columns of the principia basilica or cross-hall, one of which was later re-erected in the precinct outside the Minster Ottaway 2004.”
“It's an open-air museum, which includes a working farm, a manor house above, basically a 16th century home that was inhabited and refurbished over the years, well into the 20th century, and numerous buildings moved from their previous sites and re-erected in the grounds.”
“She pointed to the whiteboard, re-erected from the week before.”
“Egyptian themes appeared in art and architecture and Pope Sixtus V (1585-1590) moved and re-erected an obelisk (originally brought from Heliopolis, Egypt to Rome by the emperor Caligula) from its ancient site in the Circus of Nero to its current location, about 260 yards away, in Saint Peter's Square in the Vatican.”
“It was moved to France in 1833 where King Louis Philippe re-erected it in the Place de la Concorde where the guillotine had sat.”
“Recently, campaigners have woken up to find that those removed frequently have been re-erected overnight.”
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