The Urinals of Coughton Court

Coughton Court is a historic English Tudor country house. It's located in Alcester , Warwickshire, U.K.

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This photo was submitted by Jeff. He writes: "Coughton Court, rebuilt in the 1530's by Sir George Throckmorton, is an English Tudor country house. The estate had been in the family since the early 1400's. The house has a long crenelated facade with a large Tudor Gatehouse in the centre with hexagonal turrets and oriel windows. Following his death in 1552, the house passed into the hands of his son Robert, a practising Catholic, who modified it to contain a priest hole for hiding priests during the persecution of Catholics under Elizabeth I"