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English: St. John's Lodge. Symmetrical four-storey Neoclassical villa with an imposing pedimented entrance and balustrades around a valley roof surmounted by a small cupola and flanked by two-storey wings, the whole covered with stucco rendering painted pale pink. In front is a freshly mown lawn surrounded by plants and shrubs. In the foreground is a raised round stone pool with a bronze of a nude man being pulled into the water by a mermaid.
Date 5 April 2007
(30 March 2008 (original upload date))
Source Transferred from en.wikipedia; transferred to Commons by User:Oxyman using CommonsHelper.
(Original text : self-made)
Author Pointillist ( talk). Original uploader was Pointillist at en.wikipedia
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