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Cosin's Hall


Cosin's Hall is a large Georgean building located on Owengate on the east side of Palace Green in Durham. It was originally built c.1700 as Archdeacons's Inn, the building was converted into University accommodation in 1830.[1] Today, the building houses Durham University’s Institute of Advanced Study, which was established in 2006. Cosin's Hall is a grade II* listed building. 

Palace Green Grade II* Listed 1700 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Durham city Durham University
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Institute of Advanced Studies,Cathedral Close

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Cosin's Hall

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Archdeacon's Inn

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Cosin's Hall

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Cosin's Hall, Durham World Heritage Site

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BISHOP COSIN'S HALL - List Entry
- "House, originally Archdeacons's Inn, later university hall of residence. Circa 1700. Brick of varied English garden wall bond, with rendered brick and painted ashlar dressings; stone flagged roof; banded ...

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Cosin’s Hall – The Institute of Advanced Study
- "This building dates from the early 18th century, and was originally an Archdeacon’s Inn. It was converted into University accommodation in the 1830s, at which point it was named ...

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List number: 1121384
List grade: 2*
County: County Durham
Keys to the Past HER: D34658
Grid ref: NZ2742742266

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