An enclosing structure composed of brick, stone or similar materials. Use specific type where known.
||Linear or curvilinear construction of earth, turf and stone, often, but not always accompanied by a ditch. Use specific type where known.
||The limit to an area as defined on a map or by a marker of some form e.g. BOUNDARY WALL. Use specific term where known.
||A drystone or turf wall forming a linear barrier.
||A moveable structure used to allow or prevent passage through an opening, usually in a wall, fence or other barrier.
||A series of defensive features, such as walls, banks and ditches, which protect a building or settlement.
||Defensive fortifications, such as ramparts, ditches and stone walls, built to defend a town or city.
||A garden surrounded by a substantial wall.