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Architectural Heritage
Broadway Tower
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The heights of Broadway

The hexagonal tower was built as a building of extravagance, a folly. It has three turrets, four storeys with the main room on the third.

The large arched openings in the room lead to balconies from which the extensive views could be enjoyed from one of the highest points in the Cotswolds.

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