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Architectural Heritage
Kirkleatham Hall with the Cleveland Hunt
© What's so funny about a ha-ha wall?
What's so funny about a ha-ha wall?

What's in a wall? A simple structure, built to serve a purpose - surely that's all there is to say? Not so in the case of the quirky breed of walls called ha-has, built in the 17th and 18th Century on country estates of the landed gentry.

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