The Circus is a sprawling circle comprising 3 curved segments of Grade I listed Georgian townhouses around a central garden

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The Circus, Bath

The Circus is a sprawling circle comprising 3 curved segments of Grade I listed Georgian townhouses around a central garden.

The Circus is a sprawling circle comprising 3 curved segments of Grade I listed Georgian townhouses around a central garden. The 3-storeyed buildings have Doric, Ionic and Corinthian columns sequentially one above the other on the façade. The frieze of the Doric entablature has alternating triglyphs and pictorial emblems of serpents, acorns, nautical symbols, devices representing the arts and sciences, and masonic symbols. The Circus has been home to a several famous people over the years, such as artist Thomas Gainsborough and Prime Minister William Pitt.


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About The Circus

 Bath, United Kingdom

The Circus and Nearby Sights on Map

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