Monday Window – 13

Arched Windows – 1

Arched windows were the way to show wealth and importance in imposing architectural wonders around the start of the 20th century. Fine sculptured detail was the way to dress up the buildings and the towns. Here are a few such impressive windows as my first installment of a short series on this topic.

 

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