SU8404 : Cycle path sculpture at Fishbourne

near to Fishbourne, West Sussex, Great Britain

Cycle path sculpture at Fishbourne
Cycle path sculpture at Fishbourne
Immediately at the start of the Centurion Way cycle path at Fishbourne is a sculpture called the "Roman Archway". Made by Richard Farrington with the help of pupils from the Bishop Luffa School, the arch is a section taken from the hull of a wooden mine sweeper and is surmounted by designs taken from Romano-British mosaics. It reflects the Roman influence on the area, not least in the nearby Fishbourne Roman palace.
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Thursday, 21 July, 2005   (more nearby)
Saturday, 3 September, 2005
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WGS84: 50:50.1934N 0:47.9971W
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