Temple of Aeolus in Kew Gardens
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The Temple of Aeolus designed by Sir William Chambers was built in the 1760's. It originally had a revolving seat to provide visitors with a panoramic view. By 1845 it was in a 'ruinous state' and was rebuilt by Decimus Burton in stone.