In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- We didn't have a fireplace and the only chimney on our roof fed straight into the oil burner.
- She pulled the blanket off, and saw that there was a fire in the fireplace of the cabin.
- In my neighborhood, none of the fireplaces has dampers or chimneys.
- The front door opens onto the living room, which has an open fireplace and timber flooring.
- There are two reception rooms located off the entrance hall, both with fireplaces with cast iron surrounds and timber floors.
- Across the hallway is a another room which has an open fireplace and bay window.
- The public areas have immense character, with heavily beamed ceilings and cosy open fireplaces, including an old cast iron range in the lounge.
- Both feature high ceilings, the original coving and original fireplaces with mahogany surrounds.
- All she wanted was dinner at home, a fire in the fireplace and a bottle of wine to share.
- Other features include a modern fireplace with marble surround and ceiling coving.
- In the cities, people make small fires in their gardens or in open fireplaces.
- On the ground floor the drawing room and dining room have open fireplaces while the first and second floor contain the five bedrooms.
- Many of the rooms have working window shutters and open fireplaces, retaining the house's original Georgian charm.
- Both rooms have open fireplaces with tiled hearths and surrounds, as well as picture rails and ceiling coving.
- We were lying on my bed with mugs of hot chocolate, watching the fire in my bedroom fireplace.
- A fire sat in the fireplace, lighting the hut so that everything could be seen.
- The room has a high vaulted ceiling and a raised fireplace with a marble hearth and brick surround.
- The room has a picture rail and the original fireplace with a mahogany surround.
- Two further reception rooms both have open fireplaces, while the kitchen includes another more informal, dining area.
- The focal point in this room is a raised fireplace with whitewashed brick surround.
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