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Bob Vila travels to the United Kingdom and Ireland to explore the great Palladian Revival, which was popular in the 18th century. Featured houses include: Cheswick House, a domed house a few miles from London's Trafalgar Square; Marble Hill House, which sits on the banks of the Thames and was built for the mistress of King George III; and Stourhead, a country house which features a miniature Pantheon. In the City of Bath, featured houses include Queen's Square, a circle of buildings called the Circus and the Royal Crescent -- all experiments in stylish architecture and urban development. In Ireland, Bob visits Castle Ward, a house with two faces, one Palladian and one Gothic.