The Mausolea & Monuments Trust

Balli Mausoleum

An impressive Ionic temple with chanelled stonework, fluted columns, and four wide steps leading up to the portico. The roof is decorated with acroteria and there is an inscription in Greek in the frieze beneath the pediment.

Architect

Not known

Listing

Grade II (England and Wales)

Year Built

1890

History

The mausoleum was built by Xenophon E Balli for the members of his family.

Condition

Fair/Good, some damage to the stonework (2002).

Sources

Geoffrey Manning, The Listed Structures of West Norwood Cemetery (1989).

Links

Friends of West Norwood Cemetery website

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Location

West Norwood Cemetery (Greek Orthodox Burial Ground),
Norwood Road,
London

SE27 9JU


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