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2009-05-18 12:14:41
In the 18th century England and France, the rich and titled landowers (mostly titled) had follies built on their lands. There was no purpose to them; they were for showing off and decoration. Some were towers, gazebos, or temples (Roman, Greek,Chinese) etc.
2009-05-18 11:19:22
This is a folly which was built by Benjamin Ferrand in 1796. The folly was erected by him so that he could see it from his residence at Harden Grange. It was built as a ruin, following the Gothic fashion of his day, and is sited in privately owned ancient woodland known as Cottingley Park.