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Did You Know?
Post-colonial Ireland has encouraged the ruin of grand Georgian houses, symbols of British imperialism.A selection chosen for their picturesque value, appear in Simon Marsden (photos), Duncan McLaren (text), In Ruins: The Once Great Houses of Ireland, 1980, expanded ed.
Ruins is a term used to describe the remains of human-made architecture: structures that were once complete,as time went by, have fallen into a state of partial or complete disrepair, due to lack of maintenance or deliberate acts of destruction.
For example, the ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle in England inspired Turner to create several paintings; in 1989 the ruined Dunnottar Castle in Scotland was used for filming of Hamlet.
In Europe, many religious buildings suffered as a result of the politics of the day.
However sometimes tower basements remain, because their removal can sometimes be expensive.
Ruins are of great importance to historians, archaeologists and anthropologists, whether they were once individual fortifications, places of worship, houses and utility buildings, or entire villages, towns and cities.