17th-century dovecote

17th-century dovecote

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Credit: CORDELIA MOLLOY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: 17th-century dovecote. This stone structure, located in Penmon, on the Isle of Anglesey, Wales, was built in around 1600 by Sir Richard Bulkeley. The walls, vaulted ceiling and domed roof, contain 1000 niches to house roosting birds, such as doves.

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