Some articles on ceremonial hall, hall:
... The Jewish Ceremonial Hall (Obřadní síň in Czech) can be found in the Josefov or Jewish Quarter of Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic ... Originally used as a ceremonial hall and mortuary it now forms part of The Jewish Museum of Prague holding exhibitions relating to Jewish history ...
... In the Palace the most visited premises are the Ceremonial Hall and the Archbishop's Library ... In the Ceremonial Hall there are astronomical gadgets and maps from the Middle Ages ... The frescoes in the Ceremonial Hall and on the ceiling of its chapel were done by Franz Anton Maulbertsch in 1783–84 ...
... from the minstrels' galleries at two ends of the hall ... Three large wood and glass chandeliers illuminate the Hall ... The Hall used to be much smaller and was in effect merely an extension of the Reception Hall ...
Famous quotes containing the words hall and/or ceremonial:
“Generation on generation, your neck rubbed the windowsill
of the stall, smoothing the wood as the sea smooths glass.”
—Donald Hall (b. 1928)
“The greatest honor that can be paid to the work of art, on its pedestal of ritual display, is to describe it with sensory completeness. We need a science of description.... Criticism is ceremonial revivification.”
—Camille Paglia (b. 1947)