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Biltmore Estate: The Entrance (page 2 of 7 pages)

Richard Morris Hunt
Frederick Law Olmsted, landscape architect
1895



The east facade--about 375 feet long

From left to right are the library, the colonnade, the stair tower, the main entrance, the glass-roofed Winter Garden, the Banqueting Hall, and the Stables to the far right (or north).
 

The entrance tower

 

The formal entrance portal



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