Pasticcio revived

The 7m-high centrepiece of Sir John Soane’s Museum in London has been restored to its former glory after more than 100 years in storage.The Pasticcio, a large stone column featuring Roman and Norman masonry built in 1818 and demolished in 1896, was restored under the direction of Julian Harrap using ...

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