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  • 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.

    Why One Remained Standing

  • 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.

    A World Where Less Made More

  • 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.

    Country diary: Somerset

  • 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.

    Fantasy fiction and fact: research is fun.

  • She pointed to the whiteboard, re-erected from the week before.

    VELOCITY

  • She pointed to the whiteboard, re-erected from the week before.

    VELOCITY

  • 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.

    The Meseta Purepecha

  • She pointed to the whiteboard, re-erected from the week before.

    VELOCITY

  • 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.

    Archive 2010-01-01

  • 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.

    Archive 2010-04-01

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