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‘Shocking’: the London cemetery with listed monuments and a protruding limb

Its beautiful Grade II* listed monuments were erected in memory of leading members of the Greek community in 19th-century London, but the graves in West

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Architecture: From Prehistory to Climate Emergency review – how energy use shapes our world

Consider the Georgian terrace, now a widely admired model of traditional city-building. Its most important material was not those of which it was ostensibly made,