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Quoin

(quoining) A stone forming the external corner of a wall. Quoins are a decorative element and are generally larger or of a different colour than the rest of the wall.

   
 
London - England
     
Florence - Italy (15th c.)
 
       
 
London - England
 
Cambridge - England (1624)
 
Château d'Amboise - France (1500)
 
       
 
Le Clos-Luce - Amboise - France (15th c.)
 
Venice - Italy (15th c.)
 
Brighton - England (1820)
 
       
 
Riga - Latvia
 
Venice - Italy (15th c.)
 
Brighton - England (1820)