Title: Temple of Minerva Sedgefield
Captured: Wednesday 2nd October 2019.
The Temple of Minerva was one of the original features on the grand circuit walk on the Hardwick Hall Estate, Sedgefield. The building was designed by James Paine and constructed under the supervision of John Bell of Durham between 1754 and 1757. It was built on a prominent hill with views in all directions.
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