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From the 1950's through to the 1980's painting poor quality slate roofs with bitumen was done as a cheap way of trying to stop them leaking
I saw these lime swirls in Ticehurst and Eastleigh. They are correctly called the Ostwald’s-Liesegang space supersaturation-nucleation-depletion cycle
Excessive water damage to walls and floors may be due to leaking incoming water mains. Beware.
I wrote the lead feature article for the RICS Journal, October 2019
This incredibly detailed C10 brick mausoleum isn Bukhara. The level of detail and workmanship in the brickwork is amazing.
It is not known precisely, but it is generally believed that there may have been about 1200 timber stave churches in Norway. Only 28 survive today and only a few of these are mostly original.