The Circus :: Shared Description

The Circus is a Georgian terrace of townhouses split into three segments based around a circle. Designed by architect John Wood the Elder, and built between 1753 and 1768.

The architect actually only designed the front elevation of the buildings, which are all uniform and matching. The rest of the buildings were individually built and thus the rear of the buildings are a random mix of different configurations. As most of the buildings in Bath, the buildings are constructed in Bath Stone. Grade I listed.
by Oast House Archive
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ST7465 : The Circus, Bath by Oast House Archive
ST7465 : The Circus, Bath, 1966 by Alan Murray-Rust
ST7465 : The Circus, Bath by Malc McDonald
ST7465 : The Circus, Bath, 1966 by Alan Murray-Rust


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Created: Fri, 18 Dec 2009, Updated: Sat, 7 Sep 2019

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