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Maldegem and surroundings.

Castle Resinghe Maldegem.
Current castle erected by Charles Pecsteen-de Lampreel for his daughter Ida married to Camille Rotsart de Hertaing.
Plans of the Gothic Revival hunting pavilion drawn by architect Eugène Carpentier (1819-1886).

Current country house in Gothic Revival brick architecture with the allure of a hunting pavilion. Rectangular, partly cellar building of five bays and two floors under slate gable roof finished with stepped gables, according to a print in the album "Souvenirs de Voyage" originally with small dormer windows and frost crest and wrought iron crowns. The roof, the crenelated roof molding and the centrally stepped skylight were probably renewed. South-facing façade with double-house curb, marked by a central salisite with door, crowned balcony and skylight. Well-kept pointed arch portal with archivolts, high blues, ditto lintel on brackets and arch field with Gothic Revival brick tracing. Surrounding profiled brick water frames horizontally line the ground floor.

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13/04/2020 12:31:12
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EF24-70mm f/2.8L II USM
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Additional Photos by John Maenhout (jhm) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 26955 W: 522 N: 46480] (197725)
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