Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Gardens, Buckinghamshire

Temple of Concord and Victory, Stowe Gardens, Buckinghamshire

The Temple of Concord and Victory was originally called the Grecian Temple, as it looked out over the Grecian Valley designed by Capability Brown. It was renamed after its completion, partly to commemorate English victory in the Seven Years War.

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