Images of Lutyen's Legacy in England and India

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Lutyens' portrait hangs in the lobby of Jurys Gt. Russell Street Hotel, Bloomsbury, London, originally his YWCA Building (1931) The Gold Garden at Knebworth House, Hertfordshire, contains yellow-leaved and flowering shrubs and plants. Knebworth's formal gardens were designed by Edwin Lutyens The Herb Garden was designed for Knebworth House, Herts, in 1907 by Lutyens' associate Gertrude Jekyll, but only laid out in 1982 The low ground floor, cottage windows and big weatherboard gables of Homewood, Knebworth, Hertfordshire, characterise the architect's early style.
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A yew hedge forms the setting for Victorian statuary in the Rose Garden at Knebworth House, Hertfordshire, whose gardens were designed by Edwin Lutyens "One of Lutyens' most remarkable churches" St Martin's Church, Knebworth, Herts., (1915) was only completed in the 1960s. In 1908 Edwin Lutyens began advising his in-laws, the Bulwer-Lyttons, on further alternations to Knebworth House, Hertfordshire. Lutyens' portrait hangs in the lobby of Jurys Great Russell Street Hotel, Bloomsbury, London, originally his YWCA Building (1931)
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New Delhi's Central Secretariat (Kendriya Sachivalaya) stands like an acropolis on Raisina Hill Film crew at work outside the Central Secretariat building, New Delhi, India New Delhi's Central Secretariat (Kendriya Sachivalaya) stands like an acropolis on Raisina Hill New Delhi's central shopping centre, Connaught Place
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India Gate, a 42-metre Arc de Triomphe faces Janpath, the major avenue of Lutyens' New Delhi Lutyens' Admiral Beatty and Admiral Jellicoe memorial fountains Trafalgar Square, London, 1937-1939, with South Africa House behind Lutyens' Cenotaph in Whitehall, London commemorates more than a million British Empire casualties of the First World War

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