Marble Arch, London, UK.
The arch was designed by the architect John Nash in 1827 and completed in 1833. It was initially intended to be the gateway to Buckingham Palace but ended up in the north east corner of Hyde Park.
Today it is one of London’s iconic and distinctive landmark. The design was based on the Arch of Constantine that was built in AD 315.
Agecroft Hall, 4305 Sulgrave Rd, Richmond, Virginia 23221, USA.
The Hall was a medieval manor house of Pendlebury, Greater Manchester. A majestic Tudor mansion built in the late 15th century
At the end of the 19th century, and early 20th century, the hall had deteriorated and fallen into disrepair. Thomas C Williams Jr. decided to purchase the mansion in1925. Nevertheless, he had to dismantle it brick by brick and ship it over to Richmond, Virginia, USA.
Cook's Cottage, Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne, Australia.
The cottage was built in 1755, by the parents of Captain James Cook, in Great Ayton, North Yorkshire.
It was eventually sold in 1933 to Sir Russell Grimwade. He demolished it, packed it brick by brick into 253 cases and 40 barrels and shipped it to Australia. It was re-erected in Melbourne the following year.
St. Bernard de Clairvaux Church, North Miami Beach, Florida, USA.
Saint Bernard of Clairvaux Church
Bernard of Clairvaux was a Cistercian monk, founder and abbot of the abbey of Clairvaux. This was a 12th century Spanish monastery cloister built in Sacramenia, in the province of Segovia, Spain. The Monastery was renamed in his honour after he was canonized in 1174.
However, by 1925 the structures had been dismantled and shipped to New York City by William Randolph Hearst. In 1964, Colonel Robert Pentland, Jr, purchased the Cloisters and presented them to the Bishop of Florida. It was eventually reassembled at 16711 West Dixie Highway, North Miami Beach, Florida.
London bridge, lake Havana city, Arizona, USA.
London bridge, lake Havana city Arizona
London Bridge is a bridge in Lake Havasu City, Arizona. However, it was built in the 1830s and formerly spanned the River Thames in London, England until i was dismantled in 1967 and relocated to Arizona.
In 1962, London Bridge (131-years-old at the time) was found to be sinking into the Thames, because it was unable to handle the 21st century traffic.
Robert McCulloch, founder of the Lake Havasu City, won the old bridge with a $2,460,000 bid at the City of London’s auction in 1968. McCulloch then spent another $7 million to have it moved to the community he established in 1964.
The Place of Peace, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina, USA.
The Place of Peace
Originally built in Nagoya, Japan, by the Tsuzuki family. It was disassembled in 2004 into 2400 pieces and transported through the Panama Canal to be reassembled at Furman in 2008.
It is suggested to be the first and authentic Japanese temple ever to be dismantled and fully reconstructed in the United States. It is located on the campus of Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina.