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The Cloisters, in fact, couldn't have been more appropriately named.
The Cloisters, in George Road, is a courtyard office development comprising 18,342 sq ft of office space across ten, two-storey self-contained units.
This special market in the Cathedral Cloisters is one of a number of events being organised to commemorate St Cuthbert's Day 2015.
Thus New York has a particular relationship to Cardiff's work, and its present installation at The Cloisters rethinks the meaning of this work of art as a layered experience of sound, historicity, and space.
A branch of New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, itself housing one of the world's greatest museum collections, The Cloisters is devoted to the art and architecture of Medieval Europe.
Christine A Hayward Flat 22, The Cloisters, St John's Road, St Leonards-on-Sea, East Sussex, TN37 6JT
As in the Latin tradition and in the female cloisters of Beatrice and Mechthild, in the Abbaye God is given a role of ultimate authority over the virtues.
Stalls will be laid out around the atmospheric Cloister walkways in a celebration of locally-produced food, complementing the annual Craft & Gift Fair, run by Durham Markets, which features over 150 traders on Palace Green.
At this period of history, the cloister was the rule for religious women who took solemn vows of poverty, chastity, obedience, and enclosure.
Barry Hawkins' double for Cloisters was matched by Leon Smith's for Windermere, with the decider netted by Damian Davis.
Severin, who can be associated with the cloister glazing.
Others discuss Old Sarum, cloisters in English palaces, at Canterbury Cathedral Priory, experimental architecture, and religious politics.