triangular recess

tri·an·gu·lar re·cess

an occasional evagination of the anterior wall of the third ventricle of the brain between the anterior commissure and the diverging pillars of the fornix.
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It was designed by Charles Cockerell and carved by William Nichollforthe large outside triangular recess at the top on the south sideof the hall.
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