⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'ivy-covered' von Englisch nach Deutsch
SYNO ivied | ivy-covered
ivy-covered {adj}efeuumrankt
ivy-covered {adj}efeubewachsen
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Übersetzung für 'ivy-covered' von Englisch nach Deutsch

ivy-covered {adj}

Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • A piece of ivy-covered wall next to the present parish church is believed to be the only surviving remnant of the priory.
  • The ivy covered brick building suffered damage in the 1971 Sylmar earthquake and was torn down in 1973.
  • On Ruakiwi Rd an ivy-covered memorial arch to Arthur Swarbrick, former chairman of the Hamilton Domain Board, dates from 1929.
  • The ivy-covered ruins can still be seen.
  • Mary transformed the grounds of her estate into an equestrian arts showcase, building riding trails that extend for miles, show rings, steeplechase layouts, and ivy-covered stables.
  • Located at 593–597 Boylston Street between Dartmouth and Clarendon directly across from Trinity Church, the building was stone with three spires and an ivy covered façade.
  • Known as the Baker Dormitories or recently called The Gothic Halls, these are nine residence halls on West Campus recognizable by their ivy-covered stone walls of local bluestone trimmed in Indiana limestone, reflecting the late Gothic architectural style of Oxford and Cambridge.
  • It is a relatively small ground, half surrounded by lower-level stands and half by grass banks. The most famous feature is the ivy-covered scoreboard.
  • The ruined, ivy-covered flint tower is all that remains of a deserted medieval church - a must for the modern-day follower of the Tour of Dr Syntax (Rowlandson).
  • The ivy-covered church has been rebuilt and altered many times in its history.
  • Two separate biographical films made in the 1990s also repeated this gesture in an unambiguous way, coupled with Ruth hitting the ball over the famous ivy-covered wall, which did not actually exist at Wrigley Field until five years later.
  • ... "Ruinengesetz") after Speer had shown him a sketch of the Haupttribüne as an ivy-covered ruin.
  • The oldest and most famous of these residence halls is Craigdarroch, which features large stone-clad buildings and ivy covered walkways and courtyards.
  • Ivy-covered ruins were a staple of the Romantic movement in landscape painting, for example "Visitor to a Moonlit Churchyard" by Philip James de Loutherbourg (1790), "Tintern Abbey, West Front" by Joseph Mallord William Turner (1794) and "Netley Abbey" by Francis Towne (1809).
  • A second building, known as the "ivy covered church", was built on the site.
  • The ivy-covered walls, long associated with this building, were removed during the renovation.
  • While Wrigley's ivy-covered outfield wall stands in nicely for that of Forbes Field, "Kiner's Korner" is conspicuous in its absence, and visible distance markers (412 feet in centre field; 345 feet in left) are inconsistent with Forbes Field's grander dimensions.
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