The Mausolea & Monuments Trust

Schilizzi Mausoleum

A small Doric temple with a projecting distyle porch sheltering the entrance.

Architect

Not known

Listing

Grade II (England and Wales)

Year Built

1879

History

The Schilizzis were another of the prominent families belonging to the Greek community in London in the 19th and 20th centuries. The mausoleum was built by John S Schilizzi (1805-1892) in 1879.  Other members of the family were responsible for the remarkable baldechino monument (c.1870) and polychromatic marble tomb with a statue of a mourning woman (c.1911) which stand close by

Condition

Good (2002)

Sources

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

Links

Friends of West Norwood Cemetery website

PDF

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Location

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

SE27 9JU


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